What are the reading levels?

What are the reading levels?

DRA = DEVELOPMENTAL READING ASSESSMENT

  • Kindergarten: A – 4.
  • 1st Grade: 4 – 16.
  • 2nd Grade: 16 – 24.
  • 3rd Grade: 24 – 38.
  • 4th Grade: 38 – 40.
  • 5th Grade: 40 – 50.
  • 6th Grade: 50 – 60.
  • 7th & 8th Grade: 60 – 80.

Who died in this is where it ends?

One of Sylvia’s friends, who bonds with Autumn over their shared passion for music and dance. Asha is horrified and grief-stricken when she witnesses the death of her sister, Nyah, at Tyler’s hands. Asha’s younger sister, whom Tyler brutally murders.

What is the five finger discount?

five-finger discount (plural five-finger discounts) (slang, idiomatic, euphemistic) Theft or pilferage, typically of a small item; shoplifting.

How do you tell if a book is too hard?

If after one page you have 5 or more fingers up (so five mistakes or errors), the book is definitely too hard….The five finger rule

  1. Choose a book.
  2. Open it anywhere.
  3. Make a fist.
  4. Start to read the page.
  5. Put up a finger for each hard word or mistake.

When was this is where it ends published?

Jan

Does Thomas die in this is where it ends?

He spitefully shoots her in the knee, thus ending her aspirations as a dancer, and then kills himself. Sylvia walks out in the hallway to see Tyler and Tom├ís lying dead on the floor and Autumn writhing in pain and clutching her brother’s hand.

What is the genre of this is where it ends?

Fiction

Is your thumb and pinky a finger?

The first digit is the thumb, followed by index finger, middle finger, ring finger, and little finger or pinkie. According to different definitions, the thumb can be called a finger, or not….

Finger
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Anatomical terminology

How do I know which book is right for me?

How to Find the Right Books For You

  1. Head to Your Local Independent Bookshop. We booksellers love recommending books.
  2. Ask Twitter. Book Twitter is, by and large, a happy corner of the internet.
  3. Ask Facebook Groups.
  4. Follow Bookstagrammers.
  5. Write in to the Get Booked podcast.
  6. Sign up for TBR!
  7. Find Your Reading Twin.