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Prep for Typing Camp: Turn Your Classroom or Computer Lab Into a Campground!

By Beth Newingham on May 13, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

To make our Typing Camp experience most authentic, I set up a tent in my classroom along with camping chairs, artificial trees, a camp sign, and a fake campfire provided by a local Boy Scout pack.

During breaks from typing, students love hanging out in the tent to eat their snack or gathering around the campfire to sing our Typing Camp chant.

Check out more photos and information on our Typing Camp here.

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