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Keyboard Stickers For Kids

Customize Your Keyboard For Kiddo With Picture Key Stickers

With more and more schools adding computer classes to the lower grades creative memorization techniques are key. Parents everywhere teach the alphabet through pictures, so why not teach typing the same way? That was designer Christopher Monro Delorenzo's approach when he created these charming Picture Keyboard Stickers ($12) for tiny typists. If your child is a visual learner these may be the ticket to typing triumph.

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lilkimbo lilkimbo 6 years
Good call on Quaker, Sunday. And MissSushi, you're totally right, S is skull. I didn't get that one at all! I kept seeing the nose as a mouth and the teeth as clothes. Eh, anyway, like snarky said, these are more for adults.
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
well i was looking at the website, and i really really really don't think the artist had kids in mind when he designed this. unless i'm looking at the wrong site, i think it's just something fun for adults.
Sundaydrive Sundaydrive 6 years
I thought Q was for quaker... like the quaker oats guy. But I agree with the others that this seems pointless. I learned to type in kindergarten, so I was around 5 I guess. I cannot see most 4 year old kids knowing Bowie, Yeti, Geisha, Jaws, Devil, or Zeus. You would think they would have come up with some better kid friendly stuff.
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
I love g btw.. I can definitely see a kid figuring and remembering geisha out!
MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
lol, a skeleton...? or a skull, either or, same thing. I think this is a retched idea. Seeing the letters until jr high, then covered keys forcing you to learn is the way i like.
Livvy-P Livvy-P 6 years
I think that the stickers themselves are very cute, but I agree with the other posters - I want my kids to know the letters themselves. And the pictures themselves are confusing.
amber512 amber512 6 years
I think I'd rather have my future kids learn the letters than try and decipher something like that when they are going to have to learn the letters eventually anyway.
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