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Typing: Learn to Type the SpongeBob way!
Platform : Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 2000
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- Arcade-style learning activities
- Game Mode or Practice Mode
- 3 levels of challenge
- Tracks typing, speed and accuracy
- Proper posture, hand and finger placement
- Common letter combinations
- Home row keys and keyboard awareness
- Capital letters, numbers and punctuation
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- Platform: Windows Me / 98 / XP / 2000
- Media: CD-ROM
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GET READY TO MASTER KEYBOARDING!
Dive right into the only step-by-step typing tutorial that's awash with waterlogged hilarity and all your Favourite SpongeBob Squarepants Friends! Now kids of all ages can learn to type the SpongeBob way!
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12 September 2010
We have used a few typing tutors and this one has been by far the least irritating for the kids. It has characters they enjoy, voices that are familiar, and music that they don't mind. I have an 8yo and a 10yo. My youngest is dyslexic and I feel it important for him to have typing skills. This program provides a nice balance between games and tuition. It will save their progress, but only on the computer that the program is used on, so if they swap computers it appears that they get put back at the beginning.
21 October 2010
Arrived on time and is very simple to use! Only problem is getting my daughter to actually use it! I promise there is absolutely nothing wrong with how it teaches (she got the hang of the first couple of lessons straight off) - it is just that she would rather watch Spongebob on the TV than have lessons from him! Although I can type, I used the number lessons to improve my typing as I am useless at those! And I can improve my speed and accuracy with the fun games you can play - also something I need to do! At least she realises the benefit of being able to type so we will have a good go over half term when she is bored (and Spongebob - or Hannah Montana! - is not on TV!)
10 December 2014
My grand daughter (age 9) was really keen to try this, and followed it quite easily. She is very fond of Sponge Bob so that tended to distract her from the actual typing lessons.