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How to Easily Organize Your Guided Reading Levels

Keeping my ever-changing guided reading level data organized is a piece of cake with this quick template I’ve whipped up for my classroom!

Photo of blue folder with text Confidential Guided Reading Levels, Mrs. Beattie on a wooden surface.

All you require is a standard file folder and a handful of stickies. BINGO! It seems so simple now!

Image of folder that says Guided Reading Levels

I separated the inside of a folder into sections for each of the reading levels in the range of my students’ abilities, placed their names on stickies, and now I’m able to move them quickly and easily. it is a piece of cake to pick out meaningful groups based on reading ability. Laminating the folder keeps it in good shape all year long.

Image of the inside of the folder with stickies under different levels.

I have removed the students’ names from the photo, but you get the idea. You can grab this template free in my Freebie Library when you sign up to receive my weekly email!

Your students will enjoy using my reading response graphic organizers in their reading lessons and activities! Grab them by clicking the image below:

These are available in a digital Google Slides format here!

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