Reviewer: Judith Joshlin - Minnesota
"Tough hard to break. BIG BUTTONS and BIG LETTERS. great for children and Special Education use. non typical layout, force child to learn 2 layouts. Very pricey but will last a long time. I work for a School board and we use around 30 of these in the special ed dept. works great for the visually impaired. "
Reviewer: Becky Davis - Louisiana
The Kinderboard Keyboard is very nice addition to our library technology geared specifically for young customers.
Reviewer: Nina Thomas - Canada
"Works great for young children. My 3 year old loves it. The best part about the keyboard, which may not be obvious, is the keys are in a grid pattern versus staggered like a standard keyboard. Makes it a lot more kid friendly. Also feels durable. I would recommend the keyboard to others."
Reviewer: Mark Dennis - New York
"We have two young kids, 3 and 5, and this is a good first keyboard for them. They are just starting to play games where they need the arrow keys and our 5 year old is learning to read and write letters so the color coding should be good as well as time goes on. I read other adults review this that they could not type with this keyboard. That is because it is not meant for adults to type on. The keyboard has big keys intended to help kids learn the keyboard. Do not plan on using it yourself for email, typing, etc. The kids are too big for adults. They are just right for young kids trying to learn hand and finger coordination. My wife and I have our own separate keyboard for us."