Any recommendations for typing practice software?

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72nCounting
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Any recommendations for typing practice software?

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I have a second grade grandson to whom I'm beginning to teach html and css, and hate to see him hunt-and-peck.
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Re: Any recommendations for typing practice software?

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Go to the following websites and choose the one you think is best suited.

https://typing.io/
https://www.tipp10.com/en/
https://kde.org/applications/education/org.kde.ktouch
https://www.keybr.com/
https://www.gnu.org/software/gtypist/

There may be others out there, too.
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Re: Any recommendations for typing practice software?

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tenfoot, thanks for the list. I installed GNU Typist, (gtypist); I like the free software concept.

Recommendations from others are still welcome, for possible future use, or for the benefit of other people who might read this thread.
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