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A huge list.
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 10:47 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
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Answer by tree0826 at 10:48 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
You can also check with your local library and see if they are participating in the accelerated reading program. They will have a list to choose from.
Answer by Christine0813 at 10:52 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
Answer by missanc at 10:56 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
http://www.education.com/magazine/article/fifth-grade-summer-reading-list/ If the other books are too easy a read, then, here are some fifth grade level.
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 10:58 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
Answer by happy2bmom25 at 11:02 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
Many schools use Lexile scores to determine reading levels. Even if you do not have a lexile score you can find books suggestions for your child's reading level and interest. All you have to do is enter your child's grade level and how easy or diffecult they found the reading in school to be. Once you enter that infromation you can select catagories of interest and it will give you a list of books that would be most likely at your childs reading level and interest. (Reading is more fun if it's a topic you like). Then you can take that list to your library and see what books (if any) on the list can be borrowed from the library.
Answer by SAHMinIL2 at 11:48 AM on Jun. 8, 2010
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