I’ve created a Keyboarding Passport to use with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students during our keyboarding unit. The passport is modeled on a US Passport, with an identity page up front and places for visa stamps in the back.

Each visa section is a place to put a learning objective. I’ve laid it out for a keyboarding unit, but it certainly could be modified for nearly any sequential learning project.

To keep the authentic feel, I found neat passport-looking stamps at a local craft store.

It’s licensed under Creative Commons, so feel free to modify and redistribute.

Keyboarding Passport (Microsoft Publisher document)