Guided Reading Levels L-M Book List
As students progress to chapter books and more complex texts, it’s critical that they have access to appropriately leveled titles that include multisyllable words and expanded vocabulary, as well as titles that will both challenge them while also boosting their confidence.
This level L-M collection is ideal for small group instruction. The first in a series of early reader books featuring Hot Rod Hamster from Newbery Honor author Cynthia Lord and New York Times bestselling illustrator Derek Anderson. A mysterious tree house appears to whisk Jack and Annie to the prehistoric past. Junie B. has hurt her big piggy toe and won’t be able to play in the kickball tournament.
What grade level are chapter books?
“There are some wonderful beginning chapter books for second graders (around age 7), and proficient readers are usually reading chapter books by third grade (around age 8),” she says.
What is the guided reading level for books?
“Guided Reading Levels,” developed in the 1990s by Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell, is one of the most popular leveling systems. (The ideal range is 90-95% of words read correctly.)
What is guided reading level J?
At a level J, your child can read independently, or on his or her own. Readers at this level can read a variety of texts, including short nonfiction texts on topics they are familiar with, short stories, and longer texts with illustrations and short chapters.
What is level L in reading?
Readers at level L can read chapter books with more difficult plots (events in the story) and fewer illustrations, and they can read silently or aloud in a smooth and fluent manner (as if they were talking).
What is level K in reading?
Readers at level K can automatically recognize a large number of words and can sound out much longer words with a variety of spellings. They can also read silently and with expression (using a talking voice).
What are level 2 reading books?
Level 2 books, such as Frog and Toad Are Friends and Amelia Bedelia, are for readers who are gaining confidence but still need some assistance; they have more complex story lines, longer sentences, and more challenging words.
What is level F in reading?
Readers at level F are starting to notice and understand the differences between different types of books; in fiction, your child is meeting more complicated characters, and in nonfiction books, your child is learning more new facts about topics.
What does level p mean in reading?
At a level P, your child can read independently, or on his or her own, a wide range of texts, including biographies, mysteries, series books, and short stories, as well as chapter books and shorter informational (nonfiction) texts.
What does F and P mean in reading?
Fountas and Pinnell reading levels are a proprietary system of reading levels developed by Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell and published by Heinemann to support their Levelled Literacy Interventions (LLI) series of student readers and teacher resource products.
What books are level G?
Books for Level G
- I’m Invited to a Party! ( Elephant and Piggie, #3)
- Princess for a Day (Paperback) Maryann Cocca-Leffler (Goodreads Author)
- Nina, Nina Ballerina (Paperback) Jane O’Connor.
- Being Me (Paperback) Julie Broski.
- I Like Myself! ( Hardcover) Nancy E.