Digital Keyboard practice for the beginner keyboarder. In 25 activity slides, students will learn where the letters are on a lowercase (Chromebook) keyboard. The best part is that these activities are paperless. Any device that can access Google Slides or PowerPoint can be used to complete these digital interactive activities.
1. With the file in edit mode, students move the letter pieces from the bottom onto the keyboards. There are 25 slides for them to go through.
2. You may want to separate this into multiple sessions. To do this, make a copy of the entire file and then take out the slides you don’t want.
3. Plan how you want to share the file with your students. I’m providing the Google Slides file link (on page 3) but you can also use this as a PowerPoint file. Using Google Classroom makes it really easy, but any learning management system can be used to send the file to students.
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