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Stages/colours of reading books

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Claire2009 Wed 03-Oct-12 22:38:44

Are they set stages for all schools?

Dd was on purple, now on green, my sister mentioned that wasnt far away from being a free reader?! I'm clueless here!

Tgger Wed 03-Oct-12 22:46:56

Here you go:
www.readingchest.co.uk/book-bands

I presume you mean lime rather than green. And yes, although the reading journey sort of starts around this point in many ways grin.

Claire2009 Wed 03-Oct-12 22:47:42

Thankyou! grin

Claire2009 Wed 03-Oct-12 22:50:22

Hmm, Its definitely a green band, says stage 5, yet shes been on purple?! Odd, will speak with her teacher tomorrow smile

Tgger Wed 03-Oct-12 22:54:25

Hope you get it sussed!

GoldenPeppermintCreams Thu 04-Oct-12 06:22:24

The colours are confusing! Oxford reading tree has different colours for their stages. There are the national curriculum colours, which are the circles on the side of the ORT newer books, and start off pink, red, yellow, blue. My son's school also have their own colour levels and put their own stickers on the si of the books. I concentrate on the national curriculum colours, so i know what to pick him up from the library.

Claire2009 Thu 04-Oct-12 10:24:32

All sorted, she's on green, then gold, then white then a free reader smile

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