Level focus chart
In this chart you can see the things we focus on the most per level.
Every level takes what is learned in previous levels, and uses that as a base to learn a new part of the English language.
This way, you don’t need to be unsure whether we only focus on the things we mention in this chart.
We focus on the complete spectrum of the English language when it comes to reading, but we do want to do it systematically and with a solid plan.
Every couple of levels there is a check to see if your child or student is ready for the next grade.
These levels have special books that combine all the previous levels in 1 book, including a quiz to test your child’s comprehension.
Feel free to click on the links in the chart to get a more detailed picture of what we focus on.
|4||First sight words|
|A||Dolch sight words list #1|
|B||Dolch sight words list #2, Plurals|
|C||Complete 1st grade Dolch sight words list,1st grade reading comprehension check|
|D||Diverse vowel sounds|
|F||2nd grade reading comprehension check|
|H||Suffixes, -y and -ies|
|I||3rd grade reading comprehension check|
|J||More suffixes, Poems|
|K||S sounds & C sounds|
|L||4th grade reading comprehension check|
|M||Sentences completion: G|
|O||5th grade reading comprehension check|
|Q||The ‘ough’ sound|
|R||6th grade reading comprehension check|
|U||7th grade reading comprehension check|
|W||The ‘x’ and ‘zh’ sound|
|X||8th grade reading comprehension check|
|Y||Beyond 8th grade part 1|
|Z||Beyond 8th grade part 2|