Presentation on theme: "Help with AR HOME Connect and AR Bookfinder"— Presentation transcript:
1 Help with AR HOME Connect and AR Bookfinder Directions for:checking your child’s AR record at homesigning up for AR notificationsusing AR BookFinder to check the levels of books
2 Click on this link to get to AR Home Connect https://hosted11.renlearn.com/712651/HomeConnect/Login.aspxClick on this link to get to AR Home ConnectThe login for your child is the same login that they use everyday at school to take an AR test. We sent this information home at the beginning of the school year. Just ask your child their AR Password. If you need help
8 Click on the link on the left to go to AR BookFinder. Click on the link on the left to go to AR BookFinder.You can find the Reading Levels of books from our school, home, public library or anywhere at this site!
10 The IL and the BL are very important The IL and the BL are very important. Look on the next few pages for more information on these.
11 HPES Library only has LG and MG books HPES Library only has LG and MG books. When you are looking to buy or check out books for your child, it is important to look at the IL. The AR level or BL only tells the “readability” of the book, not if it is appropriate. So, for example, if your 3rd grade child is able to read a 5.6 book, but the IL is marked MG+, it may very well be best NOT to allow your child to read that book until they are older.
12 If your child’s AR level is 2.0-2.6 this book would be in their range. The BL is what we call the AR Level of the book. Your child’s teacher will let you know the AR range at which your child should be reading.If your child’s AR level is this book would be in their range.