As educators, we realize how important it is for our students to read outside of the classroom. The challenge for parents is identifying which books are appropriate for their child.
However, without some guidance parents and children often select books for reasons other than it is a good-fit for that child.
This resource includes titles of books listed by their guided reading level.
Parents and students have a guide to help them find appropriate titles. They can take them to the library, or use them at home searching for e-books.
Hundreds of titles are listed from A-Z by their guided reading level. Throughout the year, as you progress monitor the students, simply print the lists that match their current independent reading level.
There are bookmarks which are helpful reminders to students when choosing books from your classroom library. There are black & white versions and color.
Also, use the parent letter to keep families informed of their child’s progress.
As a teacher, these lists can help you when choosing titles for guided reading lessons as well as identifying the levels of titles you might be considering for your classroom.
At the end of the school year, you can provide appropriate lists as a reference tool for summer reading!
Please download the FREE PREVIEW to see sample pages.
For single class use only. Please purchase additional licenses if you plan to share with other teachers.