Kids usually start learning computer lessons in elementary schools. Learning the keyboard layout is the very first step into using a computer. The so-called QWERTY layout is the most common arrangement of the 26 alphabet letters on the keyboard. It was originally designed for typewriters, based on letter frequency in English. This placement was believed to speed up the typing speed.
This worksheet provides the layout of alphanumeric characters (numerical digits and alphabet letters) on the QWERTY keyboard design. This colorful worksheet is an excellent tool for kids to learn typing on a computer keyboard. It also could be used for kids to learn alphabet letters and numbers.