"Tommy Q: Zombie Defender," "Dance Mat Typing," "Key Seeker," "Type Toss" and "Typing Monster" are all typing games for kids found online. All of these games are free to play and require no special downloads.
"Tommy Q: Zombie Defender," "Type Toss" and "Typing Monster" are all found on FunToType.com. In "Zombie Q: Zombie Defender," zombies with words over their heads approach Tommy in the center of the game. The player must type the word correctly in order to defeat the zombies. In "Type Toss," the player must correctly type words to knock down targets. "Typing Monster" is one of the more difficult games, and it requires the player to type sentences to defeat a monster while also typing numbers when fireballs appear. FunToType.com offers 15 typing games.
EducatorsTechnology.com offers 12 touch-typing games for kids. One of the games is "Key Seeker," which is for kindergarten children and involves touch-typing the alphabet. Other touch-typing games on the list include "Typing Ghost" and "Keyboard Climber." EdTechIdeas.com also publishes a list of typing games for children, including "Dance Mat Typing" from the BBC. For beginner typers, "Dance Mat Typing" involves the player typing the letter she sees at the top of the screen. Other typing games offered by the site include "Keybr," "Power Typing" and "TyperShark."