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Starting out: expect your kindergartner to learn the keys on the keyboard and use software to draw shapes.
Get it write: first graders will begin using word processing programs to practice writing.
Multimedia mania: second graders learn how to add photos to documents and work with spreadsheets.
Research round-up: third graders may conduct research to learn more about topics discussed in class.
Tight typing: fourth graders use word processing software more often as they draft and edit their work.
Great graphics: in addition to perfecting their typing, fifth graders learn to create PowerPoint presentations.