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Many of the words are sight words children recognize. Active, engaging stories have appealing plots and loveable characters just for early readers.
This level is just right for readers who are beginning to sound out words and sentences. Books on this level, like Danny and the Dinosaur, are written with simple sentences using familiar words. Many of the books at this level are filled with animal characters that have wonderful adventures! The vocabulary is just challenging enough to stay interesting. Children looking for favorite characters at this level will find the Berenstain Bears, Pinkalicious, and more.
Level 2 is for readers who are increasingly confident, but still need some help. Books at this level, like Frog and Toad Are Friends, and Amelia Bedelia titles include more complex story lines, longer sentences, and more challenging words. This is a valuable resource! Thank you. Wow this is an amazing resource!
I am an ESL teacher and finding books at lower levels can be challenging especially since I just transitioned to this position. My husband and I were literally just talking about how there is such a wide variety in these early reader books and that there should be a universal system, and then I randomly fell upon your blog from google and this post mostly solved my problems!
Thank you! This is indeed very helpful as I am a homeschooling mom and require some pointers to point to where I should head next with my daughter. TIA for your advice and guidance.
homeagehninzigon.org/modules/comment-rencontrer/3565.php If you could tell me the names of specific Little Critter books she is reading, I might be able to figure it out. Thank you so much for this resource! I am always on the lookout for great easy readers for my classroom library and am often frustrated by how uneasy most of them are and the disparate leveled ratings. This is a great resource!!
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Thank you so much for your time in putting this together and sharing for free. Just wonderful! I will look at your lists more closely but at a quick glance I see the same problem here too. You may have to special order something from publishers that specialize in creating simple text for older readers. There are also many excellent series of decodable books that are phonics based and in a sequential order with and a gradual use of high frequency words. These are perfect for readers from years of age.
Some are written for catch-up readers too. They have good storylines. These are all produced by Phonic Books. All of these books are highly recommended for all children to understand and crack the code for reading. They are brilliant. Thanks for sharing all these, Christine! Thank you for all this information! The stories are engaging and can even be used to teach inference and other comprehension skills because the illustrations contribute a lot to the storyline. Definitely worth looking into!
I have recommended them in other posts but did not do so here because, at least at my library, they are stored all over the library and not in the easy reader section. Now I have a much better starting point to work with — thank you for all of your effort in putting this together! Thank you for this great list of readers.
That is the system we use here at school but I know there are many gradients out there.
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