Have you ever wished for content and reading material that was immediately available at various Lexile or Grade levels? Articles, fiction and nonfiction that all students could read, but adjusted for their reading ability? These great sites offer just that! These sites can also make reading more engaging, provide lesson tips and supplemental materials. Access text online or print as needed.
CommonLit Fiction and nonfiction broken up by grade (3rd-12th). Built-in accessibility including font size options and read-aloud tool. Some texts have Guided Reading Mode, with prompted comprehension questions.
ReadWorks has a large, high-quality library of non-fiction articles with access to vocabulary lists, assessments, lesson guides and the option to download or print the text. All texts are leveled. Register to keep everything online, create classes, assign articles, and track progress.
Newsela publishes high-interest news articles daily at five levels of complexity for grades 3-12. Sign up for free, find articles relevant to your content, and assign to your students. Students can take quizzes & view their progress. You can view class wide quiz results (Individual results are available in the PRO version.)
Tween Tribune also publishes daily news articles available at multiple Lexile levels and 4 different grade level targets. Sign up for free and access thousands of articles.
Thanks to Jessica Sanders from WhooosReading Blog @WhooosReading