Dance Mat Typing Level 1 Stage 3

Dance Mat Typing Level 1

Dance Mat Typing Stage 3

Keys: R & U Keys

Dance Mat Typing Level 1 Stage 3 For Adults

In this stage 3, you will learn the right use of “U” and “R” keys by alternating “E” and “I” while keeping your fingers on the home row.

Stage three begins with a short overview of Stage 2, in which you learned the proper use of “E” and “I” keys. While the bottom bar contains eggs, it helps you guide how you far away from the entered the stage.

Use your both hands index fingers to press r and u, just like in stage one, where you used both hands index fingers to type g and h. In this way, your left-hand index finger will control j, h, and u while your right-hand pointer finger controls f, g, and r.

The left-hand skills are tested to type the “R” key, and your right-hand skills are tested to type the “U” key, and the stage helps you type both letters with both hands simultaneously.

Dance Mat Typing Level 1 Stage 3 For Kids

Stage 3 purpose is to guide you to the right use of r and u keys while maintaining your fingers on the home row. In this stage, you just need to move your index finger as just like you learned to press the “E” and “I” keys in the previous stage.

You can start this stage with a quick review of the previous stage. You can see eggs that help you keep track and guide you on how far you have entered the stage on the bottom bar.

Move your pointer fingers to “u” and “r”, respectively, while maintaining the position of your finger on the home row. In this way, your right-hand pointer finger will control j, h, and u, whereas your left-hand pointer finger control f, g, and r.

In stage exercise, both your left and right-hand abilities are tested by pressing the R and U keys. After that, the stage moves on to increase the grip of both letters using both hands simultaneously.

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