RVS students are encouraged to work on their touch typing.

There are several websites that offer free typing practice. You can go online and

search for "Free Typing Practice". Here are a few that I have found:


Type Racer

Typing.com Games for Students

Typing Lessons 

Typing Test (a favorite)

Typing Test

Typing Games

Typing Games


10 Free Typing Practice Activities for Students

Taken from (http://www.freetech4teachers.com). Click on the yellow text to Link to the websites. 


Good Typing is a free online typing skill development program. Good Typing provides 27 graduated lessons designed to help students learn to use their entire keyboards correctly. Unlike some free online typing programs, Good Typing offers support twenty different keyboard styles including US style, Japanese style, and several European languages.

Typing Web is an online typing tutorial that provides instant feedback after every free typing 
lesson. Typing Web offers beginner through advanced typing lessons for free. You can register to track your progress or you can use Typing Web without registering.

Listen and Write is a great way for students to improve their typing skills and hear about the news.  
Listen and Write plays short audio clips of news stories and users type what they hear. The audio clips are relatively short, come in a few different levels, and registered users can track their progress.

Power Typing hosts a small collection of five typing games that students can use to develop their typing skills. Power Typing also offers typing lessons for Qwerty and Dvorak keyboards. The two games that I found easiest to access are Alphabetic Rain and See Don't.

Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2024 SchoolMessenger Corporation. All rights reserved.