This is a handy chart to easily convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR Levels with Grade Level Equivalencies as well as reading development stages. ***the color coding is a system I used to label my books in first grade and found it especially handy when I was a reading specialist.

I felt like this was an extremely useful chart to use to convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR levels with grade level equivalencies as well as reading development stages. The color coding makes it extremely easy and handy to code classroom books too!

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This handy chart compares Fountas and Pinnell's Gradient Text Levels to grade levels and Reading A-Z levels. The color-code shows letters in each grade. I use these colors to code my classroom library. Useful for guided reading and finding good-fit books for children during independent reading time. FREE from The Literacy Garden

This handy chart compares Fountas and Pinnell's Gradient Text Levels to grade levels and Reading A-Z levels. The color-code shows letters in each grade. I use these colors to code my classroom library.Useful for guided reading and finding good-fit books f

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Great visual tool to show to parents.  Shows what reading level students should be on for each 9 weeks for each grade K-6.

Great visual tool to show to parents. Shows what reading level students should be on for each 9 weeks for each grade

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