to be solved:
Fourteen letters in the English language differ
between the upper and lower case.
- Only upper case letters are imprinted on
- Reading mastery is delayed when early readers
become confused as they look for lower
letters on an all-CAPS keyboard.
- Reading software prompts often require lower
case letter responses causing confusion
frustration for early readers when looking
for lower case letters on the all-CAPS
- Students must ask teachers or aides for
help—a frustration and distraction for students and
- Students must wait for help from busy teachers
which delays reading mastery.
Solution: A reading Readiness Keyboard
Cover with UPPER/lower case letters
Readiness covers with English upper/lower
letters imprinted on each key top provide immediate
and constant correlation of these letters
all early and struggling readers (aA,
bB, dD, fF, gG, hH, iI, lL, etc.)
and Benefits of Reading Readiness Covers:
Accelerate upper and lower case letter recognition
for preK-2 early readers.
- Students can refer to the keyboard cover
for letter recognition/identification without
their teacher. This independence empowers
a student while using reading
or composing during non-reading instruction.
- Upper and lower case letter mastery occurs
while viewing letter pairs imprinted on the
- The cover can remain on the keyboard during
non-reading instruction time to continue
alphabet mastery process.
- Aids special-needs students in upper/lower
case letter recognition.
- Accelerates ESL students’ alphabet
- Aids teaching English to foreign students
in the U.S.
- Aids teaching English to students in foreign
SpeedSkin covers have been laboratory
tested and certified to over 1
million impacts with no discernible wear
to the cover or imprinted letters.
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