I used this reading level comparison chart in my classroom. I print it and laminate it. This way you can add your students names to the chart with dry erase marker and erase as they move up each level. I tape this to a bulletin board in order. This way children can see which level they are and choose a 'Just Right' book during literacy centers. It is also a way to encourage children to read and they push themselves to increase their reading levels.
This comparison chart was created by me, and includes grade level, Fontas and Pinnell, DRA, PM and Reading A-Z levels. The chart only goes from K-2. If needed I can edit the chart to go to higher grade levels.