Anyhow, using the various tiles (each of which has a Braille letter in the top left corner and the raised-print upper-case letter in the bottom right corner) you can spell out words, names, phrases ... even entire sentences. You can also create a small crossword puzzle or scrabble game on the board.
In short, this set affords young and old Braille learners alike a fun and unique way to practice reading by touch. It's also ideally suited to group learning settings, where students can take turns inserting letter tiles to form words and sentences, then ask others to read back what they've put together!
(From the Hands-On Braille shelf.)