Keyboarding Without Tears is a web-based curriculum for grades K–5 that teaches typing, general computer readiness, digital citizenship, and online test prep. Want to see how to offer holistic writing instruction in your classroom? See what’s new in 2018 for handwriting.
Keyboarding Without Tears
More than just a typing program...
Explore the Program
Keyboarding Without Tears makes it easy to teach the pre-keyboarding and keyboarding skills students need to succeed with any assignment, in any setting.
K–5 Keyboarding Workshops
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The First Step of Digital Learning
It may seem as though the digital natives in your classroom know their way around technology.
However, in order to be successful with digital communication and online tests, they will need to type fluently, learn computer functions, format text, and discover how to interact in many online environments.
Find out why children need explicit keyboarding instruction in the classroom and how Keyboarding Without Tears is the perfect fit.
Why It Works
What makes Keyboarding Without Tears work? It’s easy to teach, easy to learn, and easy to set up! Our curriculum covers everything from formatting to typing paragraphs. See success in just 10 minutes a day.
Simplified approach to correct finger placement encourages two-handed typing.
Cross-curricular content integrates with other subjects.
Self-directed, game-based lessons engage students.
Easy to Set Up
Configures to various roster management and SSO solutions.
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Teacher's Choice Award
Bundle Keyboarding and Handwriting
Taught together, keyboarding and handwriting address all the ways children need to succeed with writing in classroom. Get consistent instruction in your school and save money!Shop Bundles
“Keyboarding Without Tears generates substantial growth in my students' ability to effectively engage with technology.”