Dance Mat Typing Level 2
In this level, students get to meet more of their animal guides and help them with their unique problems all over the world with their ever-improving typing skills. Animal guides like Hip the Hippo and a few other friends will instruct students on the proper way to position their fingers on the keyboard so that they can type the most efficient way possible.
These animal friends will be giving students the much-needed guidance and confidence boost they need to complete the tasks. In stage 4, t and y will be practiced, while stage 5 will introduce the letters w and o to the typing beginners, and finally in stage 6 q and p will be gone over and practiced. These games are all about accuracy over speed. Learning the proper techniques now will ensure that students will be able to type faster in the future. But once this level is over student will know which keys their pinky and ring fingers should touch when typing on the row above the home row. After practice, this should become second nature to students.
Dance Mat Typing Stage 4
After graduating from level 1, the child moves on to level 2, stage 1, where he will learn how to type letters “t” and “y”. The kid will use his right pointer finger to type “y” while the left pointer finger will type “t”. Then, he proceeds to type letters “j”, “h”, “u”, and y” with his right index finger and letters “f”, “g”, “r”, “t” using his left index finger one-to-one.