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Assessment
Old 07-20-2011, 06:51 PM
 
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The least expensive assessment that I can think of (other than just taking a Running Record from a graded book) is published by Scholastic. I believe that it's Three Minute Reading Assessments. You can at least get a grade level from it. It doesn't help if you need the specific book levels (numbers, Fountas & Pinnell, DRA). I would set aside a set of titles from the K-2 guided reading books and use them for testing only to get specific levels for the younger grades.
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