Are you looking for that great book to hook your child on reading? These graded reading lists are perfect for finding the book that will hook your child’s love for reading. All it takes is one great book to encourage your child to start reading and start to love reading.
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Graded Reading List for Homeschool
I have searched for recommendations from other bloggers, Amazon, our local library, and what my kids are reading. Then there are some books that I do know I have read at some point and can recommend for these ages.
When I say a grade reading list, I mean it’s a recommendation. Every child is ready for reading different books at different levels. I currently have two kids reading at about a grade six-level, but my seven-year-old isn’t ready to read more intense, more detailed books yet.
Reading level and understanding are different things. Just something to keep in mind.
Another thing to keep in mind would be that just because one child or teen loved a certain book, does not mean that your child will. Finding interesting books is the key to getting your kids interested in reading no matter their age.
Elementary Grade Book Lists
1st Grade Reading List for Homeschool
2nd Grade Reading List for Homeschool
3rd Grade Reading List for Homeschool
4th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
5th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
6th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
High School Grade Book Lists
7th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
8th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
9th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
10th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
11th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
12th Grade Reading List for Homeschool
Why Do You Want Graded Reading Lists?
Even if your child is reading at an above-grade reading average, or under, you still want to try to find books in their grade level. More importantly, you want to find books at their interest level.
Use these lists as a guide to finding new books for your kids to read and to finding new books in similar genres. Some on the lists are the first in a series. My kids and I both prefer series to single books.
You can use these books to create your own novel studies as well. Novel studies are a great way to focus your learning on one topic.
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