Students ♥love♥ graphing their K-6 reading level progress with these notebook sized reading level graphs. Grade, DRA, & Fountas and Pinnell levels included on these easy to understand, black/white or color graphs. I use these with my guided reading instruction and reading workshop.
Includes Kindergarten through 6th grade levels, DRA levels A-Z, and F&P levels 1-60 for the multiple reading levels of your readers.
Choose and print a graph style for each student (DRA, Fountas & Pinnell leveling, OR both on the same page with the grade level equivalent). Students glue the graph in their reading notebook or another easily accessible place. Each time a student’s reading level is assessed, the student records their current reading level by adding the date and coloring the graph to the appropriate letter or number level. End the reading conference by having students circle a new reading level goal for their next reading assessment!
*Ink-Saving Tip: Use the black and white graphs, but have students color the grade level sections on the left of the graph!
Check out the preview to see the 3 graph styles included. All 3 are created in color AND black and white. *Note: Due to computer compression, the graphs on the preview may appear to be missing lines, but fear not! Zoom in and all lines will appear. All graphs have been classroom tested and print beautifully! :)
The visual of their reading progress throughout the year make this a
super helpful resource for: Parent conferences, student goal setting, intervention, monitoring reading growth, Visible Learning Schools, RTI, and motivating students to read!
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