These letter tiles go perfectly with my Making Words lessons! Each student needs a complete set. I advise you to store them by letter, not by set. For example, you may wish to keep all the A's in a baggie, all the B's in another, and so forth. Then, when you prep for your activity, you will know that each student needs 1 A, 1 T and 1 E and you can grab those letters for your lesson.
I've stored these letters in sewing/bead boxes that have separate compartments. Other teachers have used fishing boxes or baseball card holders stored in a binder. Whatever system works best for you!
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