Typing Lessons for Children

Do you agree that children should learn how to touch type?


YES. It is very important!

By the time a student enters high school, 99% of assignments must be typed. And as students advance to higher grades, their typing assignments become longer and more numerous. This is a great cause of stress for students who are suddenly in a situation where the tools for their learning performance suddenly prove to be sub par. The hunt-and-peck method is irritatingly slow, typos eat up your study time, and you even start to feel that fingers become numb through excessive pecking on the keyboard.

The Typesy Team

Hi there,

Yes, it is very important for the children to learn how to type at the very young age, aside from that there are a lot of benefits in learning touch typing at very young age. They can develop stronger reading skills, increase their spelling and writing skills, and build better self-esteem. Each of these benefits are the key to unlocking other skills they will need throughout their life.

Touch typing is fun, conducive for learning, and effective tool to prepare your child for future use when they already lend a job or already working typing is one of the requirement to get into.



Absolutely agree!

As presented in key national standards, keyboarding is deemed an essential skill. For one reason, many states have converted from paper- to computer-based tests, meaning students must have a solid foundation of keyboard learning in order for test scores not to skew. And, as the world continues to rely more heavily on technology, the ability to type has become a necessary skill for any and all entering the 21st-century workforce. Creating the opportunity for your students to learn this skill can only benefit them in the long run.

Typesy Team