Dance Mat Typing Level 4 Stage 10
Dance Mat Typing Level 4
Dance Mat Typing Stage 10
Keys: X &. Keys
Dance Mat Typing Game Level 4 Stage 10 For Adults
At stage 10, we will focus on the last two letters, X and Z, and apostrophe (‘) of the bottom row. This stage will finish after learning to use X and Z. You will complete all the letters, and then we will proceed to learn the punctuation marks.
Although you completely understand the home row upper row and the most keys in the bottom row, in the game will learn the right use of X, Z, and ‘keys. We use our left-hand pinky finger to press the z key, which also controls the a and q keys.
For x key, use your left-hand ring finger, which also operates s and w kyes. This Dance mat typing game helps you to learn how by using your left right-hand pinky finger slightly to move to the right side and press the ‘key for the apostrophe. Now your pinky finger controls the semi-colon, p, and (‘) key. If you want to see your progress, at the bottom of the screen, check the smashed plates.
Dance Mat Typing Game Level 4 Stage 10 For Kids
Hi Kittens, this is a cute little cat house, and we welcome you to Greece. This is stage 10 of level 4; you need to break these four plates because they are old and we want to buy new design plates. To achieve your goal, you need to press all the letters correctly.
Before learning the new letters, you will give an overview of all the letters you have learned previously, including two letters that you have learned in the last stage, one of c and the others is a comma. So, let’s take a small overview of the warm-up round before starting new letters.
Mr.White will serve the main dish of the day; they are the X and Z keys. They are easy to operate; move your left-hand ring finger slightly down from s to x key and similarly slightly move your left-hand little finger from a to z key. Now the middle finger of your left-hand controls the S, W, and X keys, and the little finger controls the A, Q, and Z keys of your left hand. Now there are three red plates in front of you! Break all plates and win the game.
Congratulations! You have learned all the letters of the bottom row. The learning process not complete here. Some punctuations are remaining to learn, yes! You need to know how to type another punctuation key, except the colon, called apostrophe (‘). You can press it by using your little right-hand finger. Move your little finger slightly from the colon key to the right side and press (‘). To operate, it quite difficult, but don’t worry! Keep practicing, and don’t give up.
In the last round, a comprehensive exercise welcomes you. Once you complete the exercise, a big tasty dinner waits for you.