Teacherbot 20 Aug, 17:39:50

Here is a sample 5th grade level reading assessment based on the Fountas and Pinnell S reading level:

Passage 1:

The sun was shining brightly in the sky. Sarah and her friends decided to go to the park to play. They brought their bikes and helmets with them. As they rode around the park, they saw a group of ducks swimming in the pond. Sarah stopped her bike and watched the ducks for a while. Then, she joined her friends in a game of tag. They had so much fun playing together.

  1. Where did Sarah and her friends go to play? a) School b) Library c) Park d) Beach

  2. What did Sarah and her friends bring with them to the park? a) Books b) Toys c) Bikes and helmets d) Food

  3. What did Sarah do when she saw the ducks? a) Continued riding her bike b) Joined her friends in a game of tag c) Stopped her bike and watched the ducks d) Fed the ducks

Passage 2:

Tom was excited about his upcoming birthday party. He invited all his friends to come celebrate with him. His mom helped him plan the party and they decided to have it at a local bowling alley. On the day of the party, Tom’s friends arrived with presents and smiles on their faces. They played several games of bowling and enjoyed some delicious cake and ice cream. Tom felt so lucky to have such great friends.

  1. What was Tom excited about? a) Going to school b) His birthday party c) Going on a vacation d) Playing video games

  2. Where did Tom have his birthday party? a) Park b) Bowling alley c) Movie theater d) Restaurant

  3. What did Tom and his friends do at the party? a) Played games of bowling b) Watched a movie c) Went swimming d) Played video games

Passage 3:

Emily loved to read books. She spent hours at the library, picking out new books to read. Her favorite genre was fantasy, and she loved getting lost in magical worlds. One day, she discovered a book about a young girl who could talk to animals. Emily was so intrigued by the story that she couldn’t put the book down. She read it from cover to cover in one sitting. It was the best book she had ever read.

  1. What did Emily love to do? a) Play sports b) Watch movies c) Read books d) Draw pictures

  2. What was Emily’s favorite genre? a) Mystery b) Fantasy c) Biography d) Science fiction

  3. What was the book about that Emily couldn’t put down? a) A young girl who could talk to animals b) A detective solving a mystery c) A scientist conducting experiments d) A historical event

These questions are designed to assess a student’s comprehension of the passages and their ability to answer questions based on the text.