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Monday, November 28, 2011

Leveled Reading

At parent conferences we talked a lot about "leveled reading" Below are a few resourced that explain leveled reading and how you can support it at home. Click on the link for an article:

Learn About Leveled Reading | Scholastic.com


Check out the chart below to see where your child should be to be considered to be "on grade level" you can use this as a guide when choosing "just right" books for them to read independently.

Reading A-Z Correlation Chart

Reading A-Z
Level
Ages Grade Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA
Level 4 - 6 K A 1 A-1
Level 4 - 6 K A 1 A-1
Level 4 - 6 K B 2 2
Level 4 - 6 K C 3-4 3-4
Level 4 - 7 1 D 5-6 6
Level 6 - 7 1 E 7-8 8
Level 6 - 7 1 F 9-10 10
Level 6 - 7 1 G 11-12 12
Level 6 - 7 1 H 13-14 14
Level 6 - 7 1 I 15-16 16
Level 6 - 8 1 J 17 18
Level 7 - 8 2 J 17 18
Level 7 - 8 2 K 18 20
Level 7 - 8 2 L 19 24
Level 7 - 8 2 M 20 28
Level 7 - 8 2 M 20 28
Level 7 - 8 2 M 28 28
Level 7 - 9 3 N 30 30
Level 8 - 9 3 N 30 30
Level 8 - 9 3 O 34 34
Level 8 - 9 3 P 38 38
Level 8 - 11 4 Q 40 40
Level 9 - 11 4 Q 40 40
Level 9 - 11 4 R 40 40
Level 9 - 11 5 S 40 40
Level 9 - 11 5 T 40 40
Level 9 - 11 5 U-W N/A 50

Second Quarter is Here!


Goals for 2nd Quarter

·       Math
CCount to 100
·       Count backward from 15
·       Reads #0-30
·       Writes 0-30
·       Make and describe a 2 part pattern
·       Names penny, nickel, dime and value
·       Adding families 0,1,2,3,4 (oral and written)
·       Begin to subtract


Writing
·       Use sound and spelling strategies to write sentences
·       Begins to demonstrate knowledge and use of complete sentences






Reading
·       Knows all letters and sounds
·       Applies sound knowledge to sound out words
·       Is building a sight word vocabulary, knows at least 25 words at this time
·       Begin to read simple text and notice patterns in reading