“Find a Book”: Enables users to build custom reading lists based on Lexile range and personal interests, and check the availability of books at the local library. The free online book search includes tens of thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles from more than 200 publishers.
Kansas Lexile Map: Provides a graphic representation of fiction and nonfiction texts matched to appropriate levels of reading ability.
Lexile Code: A two-letter designation that appears before the Lexile measure (for example, AD580L) to provide more information about the book’s developmental appropriateness, reading difficulty, and common or intended usage.
Lexile Videos: Learn more about using Lexile measures to match readers with text, and monitor their growth toward standards.
Frequently Asked Questions: Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about Lexile measures.
Lexile Resources: Learn more about Lexile measures by reading position papers, white papers and case studies.
Lexile Analyzer®: Enables registered users to analyze text and generate a Lexile measure. A free, limited version is available at www.Lexile.com.
Professional Development: Provides on-site and regional workshops, online training and customized consulting to help educators and librarians implement Lexile measures in the classroom and library/media center.