Reading Counts

Discussion in 'Second Grade' started by 1234, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. 1234

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    I used a free website that had comp reading questions for books. Is Reading Counts Free?
     
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  3. Upsadaisy

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    No. It is offered by Scholastic. Go to their website and see the tab for funding opportunities.
     
  4. mopar

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    Reading Counts is not free. I think each quiz only costs a few dollars, but it can get expensive fast.
     
  5. mrachelle87

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    I am not impressed. I have been using it for five years. No, David! No! Has thirty questions in the bank for it...how? There is only thirty words in the book...the questions are not written at the reading level of the book.
     

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