How can I reinforce typing lessons outside of computer time?

You may not have access to computers the entirety of the school day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep the lesson going. Consider creating a blank keyboard on the whiteboard to see how accurately the class can fill in the missing keys. Hand out individual copies for a quiet activity or present the task as a competition to maintain levels of engagement. And remember, the core of touch typing is muscle memory, so any lesson or activity that involves memory will be beneficial to typing skills.