These days a computer isn’t a luxury — it’s a necessity. And this means that students are relying on computers at younger ages. You’ll want to make sure your child is comfortable using a computer, and you’re going to need a keyboard that’s both easy to use and durable, since kids can be rough on electronics. Check out these computer keyboards for kids.
Along with the antibacterial feature, this children’s computer keyboard is also food- and splash-resistant. It’s wired via USB and features vibrant color-coded keys to aid in learning how to type.
This children’s computer keyboard is designed with the standard QWERTY format and also includes the function keys and a separate number pad. Note that this is a full-sized keyboard.
These keyboard stickers can be used on both standard and ergonomic keyboards. They display the letters and numbers in clear, bold font and they are color-coded to indicate which keys are typed by the right hand and which are typed by the left hand. The stickers are removable as well, so if you no longer need them, taking them off is a breeze.
You’ll like that this children’s computer keyboard is a wired USB option but still features the functionality you expect, including a number pad and function keys.
Along with the core keys and number pad, this children’s computer keyboard also comes with quick function buttons at the top to access email, manage music playback and more.
Using a keyboard is becoming a critical skill for kids to develop, and having a child-appropriate keyboard can make all the difference as they learn those skills. The options here have fun colors that are helpful for increasing engagement and understanding.
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