Engage your tech lab students with Digital Keyboard Puzzles! This resource includes 21 digital puzzles housed in Google Slides with 2 levels of challenge for differentiation.
What is included in this Digital Keyboard Puzzles PDF:
- Links to levels 1 and 2 Google Slides files
- Options for sharing the files with your students
Level 1 has one puzzle piece placed already to help guide students where to place the rest of the pieces. This is ideas for lower elementary students.
Both levels have the puzzle pieces layered over each other randomly. Students move the pieces to the rectangle to make a full keyboard.
There are 4 keyboard layouts included, both in uppercase and lowercase letters.
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Lori S. (verified owner) –
I love that Brittany always includes multiple keyboards. I always have my students use the Chromebook keyboard. I did have to show the students that they should separate the pieces before they begin completing the puzzle. I have to work on trying to keep my students from deleting pieces. I also had a few students that had trouble reading the letter.s
Jennifer A. (verified owner) –
This is a great resource for early finishers. It is great to help their keyboard habit of mind knowledge. They enjoyed how easy it was to manipulate. I liked that I could capture their attention and review important skills.
Betsy R. (verified owner) –
It was a great way to engage and teach the students about learning the keyboard. It was nice to have this resource digital.
Krista T. (verified owner) –
My students loved this resource. They have just begun to learn typing, and these were great to get them started and engaged.
Buyer (verified owner) –
This was a great continuation activity when learning key placement of a keyboard during typing unit, and for early finishing tasks.