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Authored and designed by a mother and son team: Anne Gardner (Nationally Board Certified in the U.S. in Literacy) and Keith Gardner (Computer Programmer, B.S. Binghamton University, 2016).

These Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions for Guided Reading Levels C through P (DRA Levels 3 - 38) are designed to help students learn to read carefully and to find evidence to support their answers to text-based questions. The increasing complexity of these passages helps make differentiation efficient and effective.

These passages are ideal for use during small group instruction, intervention lessons, close reading lessons, fluency work, as assessments, as homework or as morning work.

This site is set up so teachers can easily add their roster, choose reading levels for each student, and print reports for classroom use and/or to share with parents.


Narration is available to provide support for readers. For use as an assessment tool, teachers can turn narration off. (Reports show whether narration was available for each passage as the student worked.)


This site is available for students to use at home as well as in school. Teachers can easily print instructions to send to parents.

The following resources are included:

★ 15 Guided Reading Level C Comprehension Passages with Text Evidence Questions

★ 15 Level D Reading Comprehension Passages with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 15 Level E Reading Comprehension Passages with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 15 Level F Reading Comprehension Passages with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 15 Passages in the Level G/H range with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 15 Passages in the Level I/J range with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 15 Passages in the Level K/ L range with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 20 Passages in the Level M/N range with Multiple Choice Questions

★ 27 Passages in the Levels O/P range with a career-focus and Multiple Choice Questions for each passage


To view the history of our work together, take a look at this article published by Binghamton University.

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