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Undertanding the Reading Levels

Appslack has created a special program that helps children and parents who are ready to take that first step towards reading. We have broken down our books into 5 levels of learning. These 5 distinct levels help children grow from their first attempts at reading ising a more interactive and educational approach. Here is how your children can learn to read one step at a time.
LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 5
INTRODUCTION TO READING ASSISTED, FIRST-TIME READER INTRODUCTION TO
SELF-READING
THE FULL PARAGRAPH CHARACTERS AND BEYOND
Preschool to Kindergarten Preschool to Grade 1 Grade 1 to Grade 3 Grade 2 to Grade 3 Grade 2 to Grade 4
This level of reading is
catered towards children
who have mastered the
alphabet and are ready
to start connecting letters
to form full words. It is
designed to be a fully
assisted educational step
to introduce young children
to the concept of words
and basic sentences.
This level of reading is
specifically designed to
help young children take
the next step and start
forming words on their
own. They will learn to
read words they may
not even understand. It
is primarily designed to
teach children how to
understand the actual
letters and how they are
used in spelling words.
This next step is designed
to help children start
reading on their own
without any adult
assistance. The level of
vocabulary begins to get
more challenging and
encourages children to
get more immersed in
the books. Characters
and stories begin to
evoke ideas and
thoughts. Longer and
more elaborate types of
sentences are introduced.
As the children progress
in their reading, full
paragraphs are introduced
into the stories. The narrative is designed to help confident readers begin to form complete
thoughts through multiple
flowing sentences. The
stories begin to have more
descriptive ideas and
scenarios that really help
immerse the reader into
the story they are reading.
The final step in learning
to read. This level helps
create a format and chapters
that completely immerse
the children into the world
they are reading about.
The stories have fully
detailed and structured
paragraphs and scenes. 
The child gets the full
experience of reading
comprehension.