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Where to get printable (free) leveled reading selections?
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I'm going to tutor a student who was just diagnosed with reading issues. I'm not in elementary this year, so I can't just run down the hall and borrow stuff from other teachers. Are there any online sites where I can download passages? (Not sure yet re level; guessing K-1.)


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Readworks
NewsELA
K12Reader

All require an account, but are free. Great resources by the ton!
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Thanks! I know about those sites. I think they're going to be too difficult, although I'm not sure yet. Based on what I've been told, this student is still struggling to decode. Any other suggestions out there?
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ReadTheory.. the website has lots of passages and you could do it with her.
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Reading A to Z has some free samples. Here is the signup, just an email.

https://www.readinga-z.com/samples/s....html?id=12497


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Try this site:
http://hickman.sharpschool.net/cms/O...ageId=21377024

On the side of the page, you will see different phonics skills to choose from. You could try the lessons if you wanted or just use the word lists and decodable texts. Sounds like the CVC lessons would be a good place to start.
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Old 04-16-2019, 05:27 AM
 
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Florida Center For Reading Research (FCRR). They don't have passages, but have all the activities that a students struggling with decoding needs.
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I knew about everything you mentioned except the Hickman site. That's perfect! I appreciate everyone's help!
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