At fifteen years old I took typing in my freshman year of high school. The keys often stuck, and there was no such thing as "spell check," or a "delete" button. I used my fair share of white-out and typewriter ribbon. My best timing after an entire semester was 40 wpm. Times have certainly changed! At 21 months old my grandson has been introduced to a computerized keyboard, which teaches him words, sounds, and letters. If they made learning to type this much fun when I was a kid, I probably would have shown up for most of my classes!
Open to learning,
Bubbie and Jude
P.S. At what ages did your grandchildren get onto the computer?
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