KeyboardingEven though keyboarding can be a tough task for students to learn, there are so many ways to make it fun while they are learning at the same time. Many skills are expected such as home row key knowledge, finger movements, letter locations, keeping eyes on the monitor, and using two hands instead of one finger. Students will practice their keyboarding skills at the beginning of every class period by using the Typing.com online typing program. Students are monitored and encouraged to use the proper keyboarding techniques for classroom assignments, and with your help, we hope they continue to do so at home as well.Important Points to Remember While Keyboarding1. Home Row Finger Placement2. Eyes on the Monitor3. Back Straight4. Feet on the Floor5. Elbows by Your Side6. Wrists Off the Keyboard7. HAVE FUN!You can find fun and easy keyboarding websites/games for kids on my draggo site, draggo.com/SMARTucci, under the categories for each grade level that specify 'Keyboarding'.