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Fountas & Pinnell Conversion Charts
Reading Level Correlation Chart
If you cannot find the F&P level after searching all of these sites you will more than likely be able to find the Lexile level. Once you find the Lexile level take a look at this chart to see what the corresponding F&P level is. To find the Lexile level of a book click
and you can search by title, author, keyword and isbn.
gives specific examples of books that fall in each category.
Many of the Rigby and Wright Group reading levels differ compared to the F&P levels. We have many of these books in our Teacher's Leveled Library. Look at these charts if you would like to compare the levels as they offer much more detailed information. There are *many* conversion charts out there. I suggest looking at all of them and finding one that suits your needs best.
contains Wright Group Levels
has Rigby PM and Wright Group McGraw Hill levels -
from the Rigby site.
list the 6 Traits Writing Stages.
The SAILS book levels are on this
has ATOS scale information.
These charts should be more than enough. But if you are still looking for further information this
offers many more links.
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