Whether you are a teacher, parent, or supportive person in a child’s life, you want the best for that child. Part of offering the best is providing opportunities. One way to do this is through reading. Books open up the world, the universe to readers. They can be transported to different areas and times—or to their own area and time, knowing they are not alone.
When choosing books for the child in your life, you might feel overwhelmed with the selection. Which book will be appropriate and hold the child’s attention, yet challenge them? Leveled Reader helps you find up-to-date and interesting literature that not only meets the guidelines educators have set, but opens the door to possibilities.
By taking your child’s reading scores from school, you can refer to the handy chart available. This chart compares several popular leveling systems to find the equivalent Guided Reading level. Here is how you can use the chart:
• Find your child’s score on our chart
• Read across the chart to find the Guided Reading equivalent score
• Search our inventory for books that fit into the Guided Reading category on the chart which matches your child’s school report.
The leveling chart gives you a good idea about the books in your child’s target reading range, making it easier for you to choose books to supplement your child’s school program.
Leveled Reader’s team of educators and other professionals have brought the power of the leveling system to every day popular literature*…..Lily hopes this helps you find inspiration and the best in current, exciting reading materials to meet the literacy needs of the child in your life—and open the doors of so many opportunities and possibilities.
*Please note that our levels may not match any specific program’s levels 100%. Our staff take many things into consideration when choosing which level to put our selection of books in. Although you will find most of the books are well within the guidelines of the most common leveled reading programs, we have had some teachers comment that, on occasion, our selections have been at a slightly higher level than they were expecting. It is our opinion that these books are well within the guidelines of most reading programs and we encourage parents and teachers to use these books to supplement rather than replace their school programs.