Before an important timed test, here are a few things you can help yourself to get an extra jolt of speed.
As Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps stepped up to the block in Beijing, he felt confident he was to win the gold medal.
But just seconds after his dive water started to seep into his goggles, and pretty soon they were completely flooded!
Rose L. Fritz was just 17 years old when she won the world’s first official speed typing contest. The World Typewriting Championship held in Chicago in 1906, catapulted the young girl to fame to become the most recognized typist in the world.
It’s 9pm and you have a 1,500 word paper to write. Due first thing in the morning. If you type 50 words-per-minute (WPM) you could be done in just half an hour.
We’re excited to announce that you can now save your high scores on Keyboard Ninja, Type-a-Balloon, and Type Toss!
In the coming months, we will be releasing some fun, highly requested features. Here’s a little preview of the next two updates!
Ask anyone how fast they type and they’ll proudly tell you their words per minute (WPM), but ask even your speediest friends how WPM is calculated and you’ll likely get a lot of “um”, “hmm”, “uhh…” responses. Today, we’re going to fix that!
Just in time for the start of the school year, we’re excited to announce the launch of five new skins!
We hope that you enjoyed your summer. We’ve been busy here at Teaching.com gearing up for the 2015-16 school year, and we have some exciting new Typing.com improvements to share with you.
We’re typing for joy here at Teaching.com. The new version of Typing.com is now available!