Keywords: reading, reading levels, reading levels for parents, guided reading, guided reading groups, guided reading levels
The biggest question I get from parents is “Level what? What does that mean?” Besides showing them the grade level correlation for F&P, I really didn’t know what else to add in the conference. So, needless to say I did my research on targeted skills for each level and compiled a document to have on hand at conferences. I thought it would be a great guide for both parents AND teachers.
I hope this makes your job a little easier as a teacher. I use it as a quick reference guide for planning instructional reading groups, as well as helping parents know what to focus on with their child. It also shows that we aren’t just naming a student’s level based on an assessment, rather we truly know their strengths as a reader.
This 17 page document is set up so parents and teachers can quickly see targeted skills for the level their child is on, as well as skills he/she is working towards for the next reading level (bottom half of the page). Please email me with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org
This product is created for levels L-Z only (end of 2nd grade through 9th grade+).
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Introduction
Page 3-16: One page for each letter (note: X-Y-Z on same page)
Page 17: Closing