I CARRY A FOLDABLE keyboard that our backseat drivers now use because I believe it is key to their future. I don't believe they can enter their working years without an awareness of keyboard shortcuts.
So we are starting with memorising the QWERTY alphabet. If our senior infant can lift her correct finger when I shout a letter, she can try to complete the same task for three more letters without reference to the keyboard. Four out of four correct finger responses gets her ten euro. She has not succeeded in this quest but she hasn't said my challenge is unfair.
If you want to get updates about this keyboard challenge, you can follow my blog's newsfeed for all the details. I promise to post the happy smile of victorious Mia whenever she completes four correct fingers-to-keys in a row.
[Bernie Goldbach snapped the back seat keyboard while using his Nokia Lumia.]