Free version of Keyboard Fun which teaches the keyboard using sight and sound to reinforce learning
This app is designed by an Occupational Therapist to help children with physical or learning disabilities identify where keys are on the keyboard.
This is a cut-down version of Keyboard Fun. Only one keyboard line (QWERTY) is shown. No data collection included, no settings (which allow you to color keyboard lines, change timing, turn off audio cues and beeps, change keyboard layout). Each key in the line is prompted with audio. When the child matches the correct key, a picture and sound result. You can display upper or lower case, can hide all the keys except the current one, and can choose to get each letter in a random order.
Purchase the full version of Keyboard Fun for all features