What should a 5th grade reading level be?

5th Grade: 40-50. 6th Grade: 50-60. 7th & 8th Grade: 60-80.

What are the reading levels by grade?

Guided Reading Leveling Resource Chart

Grade Scholastic Guided Reading Level DRA Level
1 A B C D E F G H I A–1 2 3–4 6 8 10 12 14 16
2 E F G H I J-K L-M N 8 10 12 14 16 16–18 20–24 28–30
3 J-K L-M N O-P Q 16–18 20–24 28–30 34–38 40
4 M N O-P Q-R S-T 20–24 28–30 34–38 40 40–50

What are Level 5 reading books?

Grade Level 5 Books

  • Run, Run, as Fast as You Can! (
  • Pippi Longstocking (Pippi Långstrump, #1)
  • Matilda (Paperback)
  • North to Iron Country: A Dream-Quest Adventure (Hardcover)
  • Alexander Graham Bell: An Inventive Life (Paperback)
  • Who Was Sacagawea? (
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
  • Julie of the Wolves (Julie of the Wolves, #1)

What is the average 5th grade Lexile level?

between 565L and 910L
Your average reader in Grade 5 will fall between 565L and 910L, though there will be readers who fall below the average, and others who are reading at a more advanced level.

What is Lexile range for 5th grade?

830L to 1010L
Lexiles Measures & State Content Standards

Grade College & Career Ready “Stretch” Lexile Bands
3 520L to 820L
4 740L to 940L
5 830L to 1010L
6 925L to 1070L

What level should my child be reading at?

Parents can also reach out to their child’s teacher for a list of appropriate books by reading level. However, when reading at home, educators say that children should read a level or two below the one they read at in school, when they are receiving instruction from the teacher.

What age is level 4 reading?

5 – 6 years
Level 4. Recommended reading age 5 – 6 years. Children are becoming more confident at reading longer and more varied sentences.

What is a good Lexile for a 5th grader?


Reading Status Norms (RIT Values and Lexile Levels)
Grade Beginning-of-Year Lexile Range
5 206.7 800-875
6 211.6 900-950
7 215.4 975-1025

What is a good reading Inventory score for 5th grade?

Proficient scores for fifth-grade students are between 830L and 1010L. Fifth-graders scoring 1015L or above are advanced.