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This site is solely for participants in the Kansas Education Enrichment Program.


CALL 316-364-4275 and ask for Hayley. She will help you purchase The Sound Case™ through the KEEP program.

Please click on "KEEP CLAIMS"  to Submit a Claim in the KEEP Claims App. Parents and guardians participating in the program can use the KEEP Claims app to submit claims for reimbursement, Download the app for Android or iOS, or visit

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Teaching children early in life is critical.

Use this case now to prevent future academic failure. 

Open the colorful new shelf box for The Sound Case™ and find tools to teach a child to read.


This ready-to-use kit is packed with evidence-based, professional level Structured Literacy teaching tools. It's the same kit we use at Phillips Fundamental Learning Center to prepare our 5-7 year-olds to read, write, and spell.


Just add children's books from your current collection, your local library, or buy from your bookstore or online.


Each 30 -45 minute lesson is separated into introduction, face-to-face steps, side-by-side steps, and easy instructions to help your student learning learn to recognize the sound, shape, and formation of each letter.


This curriculum will guide you through the phonics techniques and methods proven to work in the Science of Reading studies. Lightly scripted individual lessons use literacy-themed content to develop vocabulary and comprehension.


The Sound Case allows all young children, especially those with dyslexia, to learn to read, write, and spell.

Online orientation videos help you use The Sound Case right out of the box.


Considering that 1 out of 5 children has dyslexia and 68% of fourth graders nationally are unable to read at grade level, waiting is not an option. The time is now to start teaching your 5-7 year old to read, write, and spell.

The Butterfly Effect: a single difference, no matter how small, can change a child's life.
Head deeper into the box and find a fresh start to learning to read.
Jeanine Phillips own experience teaching her boy with dyslexia will inspire you.
The Phonemic Awareness Chart leads a set of procedure cards on how to use included boards and tools.
A short set of Preliminary Lessons give you warm up practice.
Preliminary Lessons Practice Cards are included.
Now the fun and learning begins. Get your books and get going!
Each letter lesson front flips to a back letter writing practice for both print and script.
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