Typing Instructor For Kids Platinum MAC
- Learn in Spanish or English
- Standard or split keyboard and keypad
- Entertaining Themes & Games:
- Results calculated from all activities
- Typing games make learning fun
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- Platform: Mac OS X
- Media: CD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
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Typing Instructor for Kids is the #1 best-selling typing program for kids. It is the only typing software designed to teach young children to type that’s packed with just the right mixture of education, entertainment, and motivation, so kids can improve their typing skills quickly and see immediate results! Kids learn to type with 10 age-appropriate lesson plans for specific age groups, beginning with ages 6 & 7. Hundreds of typing lessons, exercises, tests, and challenges. Variety of ways to practice typing, with games, lessons, drills, advanced skill-building lessons and challenges, plus 40 engaging Practice Stories.
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5.0 (Mac). My iMac (Mac OS 10.6.6) is brand new and working fine.
Online download went fine. Program opens but freezes before it
gets started, requiring a 'force quit' to exit. The error message is:
TypeError: Error #1009: Cannot access a property or method of a
null object reference.
The company offers no technical support by phone, only by email. Email exchange over the past week has been "minimalistic" (one liners at best). Problem has not been resolved over 4 email exchanges.
My seven-year-old son has spent quite a lot of time practicing typing since we've bought this software. He loves it! There is a large variety of games and learning activities. They are well done.
One issue that you may care about but we do not is that this program does not fill the whole screen: the background is blacked out and the program uses a small window in the center of the screen. I personally think this is good, as it's easier to focus on a small area when you're learning.