What is Scholastic Reading Counts?

What is Scholastic Reading Counts?

With Scholastic Reading Counts!, students independently read self-selected books at their reading level and take short quizzes on the computer to verify completion and comprehension of the book. The program celebrates student success with different “congratulations” screens.

How does reading Counts work?

(Q) WHAT ARE SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF READING COUNTS? MOTIVATES students with suggested reading choices that match their interests and reading levels. EMPOWERS educators with reports and actionable date at the student, school and district level. REINFORCES comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency skills.

What are some good Reading Counts books?

Reading Counts Books

  • Hate List (Hardcover) Jennifer Brown.
  • Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood (Hardcover) Trevor Noah.
  • Between Shades of Gray (Hardcover)
  • Nubby’s Story (The Dodo)
  • Pride and Prejudice (Paperback)
  • The Great Gatsby (Paperback)
  • 1984 (Kindle Edition)
  • Heidi (Unknown Binding)

What books have a lot of reading counts points?

Reading Counts 16 Points Books

  • Eleventh Grade Burns (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #4)
  • The Amaranth Enchantment (Hardcover)
  • Antsy Does Time (Antsy Bonano, #2)
  • Cracker!: The Best Dog in Vietnam (Hardcover)
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Harry Potter, #1)
  • Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #2)

How many Reading Counts points is divergent?

25 points
Books that have more reading required and/or have a more difficult reading level (Lexile), earn more points. As an example, Divergent is worth 25 points, whereas the first Diary of a Wimpy Kid is worth 7 points.

What level should 6 year old be reading?

The typical six-year-old is usually either in kindergarten or first grade (depending on their birthday and district mandates). Reading skills at age six can vary wildly—some children are proficient readers, others are working on sight words and early literacy skills.