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Scholastic's Resource for Book Leveling

By Beth Newingham on July 9, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

In addition to using basket labels and color codes to level my books, I also use Scholastic's Teacher Book Wizard to level my books. It provides a variety of levels, including guided reading level, grade level equivalent, DRA level, lexile level, and interest level. A description of each book is also provided along with its genre, common themes, and topics you will find in the book.

Teacher Book Wizard also allows teachers to create, print, and even exchange book lists with other teachers. You can also use Teacher Book Wizard to help you find "just right" books for your students using the "Book Alike" feature.

Learn more about my classroom library here.

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