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Reading Readiness Test

If you answer yest to most of the questions listed below, chances are your child is ready to learn to read:

1. Sits and listens to stories for about 10-15 minutes

2. Can retell a story from memory.

3. Knows when you skip pages or lines in a familiar book (one he has heard several times).

4. Pretends to read.

5. Can recite the alphabet.

6. Recognizes or "reads" her name.

7. Holds a book right side up.

8. Recognizes some letters and their letter names.

 


Reading Level Test

The San Diego Quick Assessment of Reading Ability

The list in which a student misses no more than one of the ten words is the level at which he/she can read independently.

Two errors indicate his/her instructional level.

Three or more errors identify the level at which reading material will be too difficult for him/her.

1
road
live
thank
when
bigger
how
always
night
spring
today
2
our
please
myself
town
early
send
wide
believe
quietly
carefully
3
city
middle
moment
frightened
exclaimed
several
lonely
drew
since
straight
4
decided
served
amazed
silent
wrecked
improved
certainly
entered
realized
interrupted
5
successful
business
develop
considered
discussed
behaved
splendid
acquainted
escaped
squirming
6
bridge
commercial
abolish
trucker
apparatus
elementary
comment
necessity
gallery
relativity
7
amber
dominion
sundry
capillary
impetuous
blight
wrest
enumerate
daunted
condescent
8
capacious
limitation
pretext
intrigue
delusion
immaculate
ascent
acrid
binocular
embankment
9
conscientious
isolation
molecule
ritual
momentous
vulnerable
kinship
conservatism
jaunty
inventive
10
zany
jerking
nausea
gratuitous
linear
inept
legality
aspen
prevaricate
barometer
11
galore
rotunda
capitalism
amnesty
risible
exonerate
superannuate
luxuriate
piebald
crunch

 

 

 

 


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