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COMPUTER SKILLS FOR KIDS

Would you like to learn how to create a Slideshow using Microsoft PowerPoint?

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Would you like to learn how to create a Table using Microsoft Word?

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Would you like to learn how to create a Graph using Microsoft Excel?

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Would you like to learn how to add and subtract using Microsoft Excel?

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Would you like to learn how to format a Microsoft Word document?

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Would you like to learn how to create a video using Microsoft Powerpoint?

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COMPUTER SKILLS FOR KIDS

Computers have become a big part of most people’s daily lives. Maybe you have one at home, or maybe you use one in the computer lab at school. Even if you don’t have a computer, you’ll still need to learn a few different things to be able to use one well and use it safely. Once you master these skills, you will be able to use a computer at home or at school to do all sorts of things easily!

FREE TYPING TUTOR

Learn to type the easy way. Our complete lesson based typing tutor will teach you the keyboard, 2 keys at a time. A certificate is awarded on lesson completion!

E-LEARNING FOR KIDS

A site filled with activities will expand your knowledge of computers and improve your skills.

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Because computers and technology are part of work, school and everyday life, it’s important that schools provide children unfamiliar with computers training in how to operate them. Failing to learn computer skills can hinder a student’s ability to get into college or to get a job after he graduates from high school. Although computer education doesn’t need to be extensive, it should teach students enough to complete schoolwork on a computer or prepare them to use a computer in the workplace.