The Gift That Lasts a Lifetime: Give the Skill of Typing

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<p>(<a href=NewsUSA) – We’ve all heard the saying, “Give a man a fish, and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he’ll eat for the rest of his life.” Teach someone a skill, and they will carry that craft with them for the rest of their lives.

So, why not give your loved ones a gift that will teach a useful skill -; typing?

In the modern era of technology and the Internet, most Americans will need to type at one point or another, and poor typing skills can inhibit productivity and creativity. So, why not give a loved one the ability to touch-type 60 or more words a minute? The KeyRight Look & Learn Keyboard ( can help anyone, no matter their age, learn to touch-type.

The patented keyboard is color-coded, so typists know which finger controls each key. The keyboard can be used with any computer and comes with helpful learning software, so grandma can start banging out e-mails within four to six hours.

Using the standard “QWERTY” method, the Look & Learn Keyboard was developed through extensive research into the use of technology, and how color aids the cognitive process. QWERTY comes from the first six keys of the top letter row. The color coded keyboard simply subdivides the QWERTY layout into manageable color-per-finger zones so the user may know the appropriate finger for all of the letter, number and symbol keys.

“The development of the correct motor skills -; first -; is fundamental to learning to touch-type,” says Paul Heide, educational psychologist. “This is the only product that I know of that actually develops the right motor skills. It’s an essential learning tool for any one.”

In a day of computer technology, people cannot afford to be left behind simply because of poor typing skills. The product sells for $39.95 plus shipping and handling, and can be bought online at

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