ICT

9th February 2001 at 00:00
THE KEY BOARD AND THE EARLY KEY BOARD. pound;32.95 for a pack of five. Tutorboards. Tel: 0151 230 0104. www.tutorboards.com

If you have trouble teaching keyboard skills because of a lack of computer access, the Key Board and the Early Key Board could solve the problem.

The light, flexible boards measure 42cm by 30cm and have a QWERTY keyboard printed o them.

The Early Key Board uses lower-case letters and blue and red keys to help pupils learn where to place their hands. The Key Board, for older children, has a capped QWERTY keyboard on one side and a lower case keyboard on the reverse. Each pack of five boards comes with five exercise books and 10 wipe-board markers.

Yolanda brooks


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