Free Leveled Reading Passages

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ReadWorks.org

The nonprofit ReadWorks provides K-12 teachers with what to teach and how to teach it—online, for free, to be shared broadly.  We provide the largest, highest-quality library of curated nonfiction and literary articles in the country, along with reading comprehension and vocabulary lessons, formative assessments, and teacher guidance. Most importantly, everything ReadWorks does is based on proven cognitive science research, not unproven academic theory.

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K5Learning.com

Free reading comprehension worksheets for grades 1-5.  Use these free, printable worksheets to practice and improve reading comprehension, vocabulary and writing.  Each reading passage is followed by exercises which for younger students focus on recalling information directly from the text and for older students focus on prediction, inference and character traits.

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TweenTribune.com

A free teacher tool from Smithsonian Teacher, offering daily AP news articles, Lexile® leveled for K-12, self-scoring quizzes customized by Lexile® level, critical thinking questions, student commenting, Espanol AP articles, weekly lesson plans, weekly video, and weekend “Monday Morning Ready” newsletter as prep for the week ahead.

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CommonLit.org

CommonLit delivers high-quality, free instructional materials to support literacy development for students in grades 5-12. Our resources are flexible, research-based, aligned to the Common Core State Standards, created by teachers for teachers.  We believe in the transformative power of a great text, and a great question.

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RIF.org

RIF's newest literacy resource is a collection of leveled reading passages for each grade, all with original content and illustrations. The passages are designed to extend student learning after reading specific books, but may also be used independently of outside books. Each passage relates in some way to the book's themes, concepts, characters, settings, or subject matter. There are three levels for every passage. Each passage's Lexile measurement targets readers at the Beginning of Year (Easy), Middle of Year (Medium), or End of Year (Hard). The passages are meant to be used as independent-level texts that students can read on their own with minimal support. Use the Lexile measures to help you determine which level is right for each student. Print or download the passages as a supplementary, independent reading activity to help students develop reading fluency. The three stars on each page indicate the level of reading passage: Easy, Medium, or Hard. 

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