Sturdy, plastic EZread™ Letter Tiles with vowels in red are an essential word building manipulative that can be used in any reading program! They are the perfect size for students' fingers (.787" x 1.181"). Each set of 77 lowercase letter tiles includes 52 consonants and 25 vowels (printed in red). As usual, we give you plenty of those letters that occur more frequently.
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Safety Warning — Choking hazard, small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Spell and read simple words, manipulating phonemesusing addition, deletion, and substitution.
I use these tiles for small-group work work with my English language learners (2nd-5th grades). My students are able to use these tiles to build words and match letters and sounds in small guided groups. They are very enthusiastic about using the tiles, and have been responsible about using them. For individual student use, I put them in baggies with the student's name on the front.
I agree with a previous reviewer that these are quite thin; for my students they are suitable, but they might not be a good choice for early childhood or for students with less fine motor control.
By Liz from , MA
EZread Letter Tiles
I like these tiles but I wish they had a capital letter tiles as well. Is it possible?
By Teacher from , SC
Students use these tiles with the (Scrabble-like) tile holders. They use them during word work time to build their spelling words and then write them in their travel journals. They love them!
By Cip from Springfield, MO
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Serve their purpose.....
I am not really super impressed with this set....the tiles are very thin and it makes it difficult for the children to pick them up easily. Much easier for teacher use, I suppose. I wish I would have paid the $3 more and purchased them at my local teaching supply store....those are thicker and a tad bit larger with bolder coloring. So, actually I am going to purchase those for my students to use in the classroom and figure out another use for the ones I purchased through Really Good Stuff. Not a horrible product...just not doing somersaults over this one.
By MissAshley from Akron, PA
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