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Below you can read about the best reading plus answer sites (besides this one).
The Best Reading Plus Answer Sites For 2018
Here are my favorite reading plus answers sites reviewed:
PlusKey.net is definitely the biggest site I have found so far for Reading Plus answers. It works like a forum so you can both submit answers and see everyone else’s answers,
The main downside with this site is it can be confusing to get into. Sometimes they close registration randomly, other times it can be days before getting approved. When I signed up I had to submit answers into a form and didn’t get a reply back for 6 days.
They also have a ‘lounge’ area where they share Reading Plus memes and other
While its a bit tough to get in, once you get accepted it makes reading plus a breeze.
This was a cool subreddit that picked up
The downside is that its a public forum and recently Reading Plus has been having Reddit take down some of the answers. My main concern with this forum is that it will be completely banned one day and all the answers will go down with it.
This site was awesome last summer but the creator stopped posting new answers.
The cool thing about it was they posted the answers in picture format in a very organized style. The downside of all the other forum sites is the format of the answers varies depending on whoever posts it, which can be confusing to read.
Most of you have probably heard of
The main problem with Quizlet is that the answers are very disorganized and it can be difficult to find the story that you are looking for. One way to get around this is by using the following
site:quizlet.com reading plus answers level m the jumping frog
Another downside of
I know most of my readers are here to just finish stories so you can get back to doing things you enjoy. Really though Reading Plus is
READING PLUS ANSWERS BY LEVEL
This is a section I put together for anyone who is just getting started with Reading Plus and wants to know how many levels there are in total. Ranging all the way from A to M, there are a total of 18 levels in reading plus.
- Level A
- Level B
- Level C
- Level D
- Level E
- Level H
- Level G
- Level J
- Level I
- Level F
- Level K
- Level L
- Level M
and don’t forget the ‘hi’ levels, which are like ‘more exciting’ versions of levels
If you are reading this and still on A, I hate to say it but you have
These stories are at a readability level of grade 8. There are 32 stories total and sometimes they cross over from other levels besides h.
The following being the most popular:
- Germs in Sports and Schools
- Poetry of Pride
- Farming in Water
- Chamber music
- Building a better tomb
- Susan Hatchell: landscape architect
- The American Promise
- Noisy Human Neighbors
- Mighty Microbes
Featured Answers: Mighty Microbes (AKA Earth’s Smallest Helpers)
What is the main idea? – Though some microbes make people sick, others can be helpful.
Based on this excerpt, which of the following does the author describe as a drawback of using biomass generators? – Needs
What do the chefs at Big Mama and Papas’s Pizzarias consider to be the most important part of making a “great pizza”? – The Dough
Put these parts of the energy flow… in the correct order, starting with the first. – 1. plants release 2. microbes consume 3. microbes release…
Based on this excerpt, what is the first step the scientists followed when attempting to construct a working fuel cell? – collected different soil types/samples from
What does this excerpt tell you about photosynthesis? – Requires energy to make energy.
What are the microbes/bacteria for the recipe to work? – Yeast.
Why does the author mention that the new fuel cell is often compared to a biomass energy generator? –
How might the creation of the Plant-Microbial Fuel Cell help to preserve wetlands? – Wetlands
These are for people who are at a
- Perform Like a Pro
- Finding my style
- A child combats prejudice
- A Family Escapes
- Quick Thinking At The Throttle
- A Daring Escape
- A Flight for Survival
- Stand Up and Be Counted
- The star spangled banner
- A steep price to pay
Level G Featured Answers of the week: Star Spangled Banner (submitted by reso23)
Question one: This text was mainly aboutAnswer:D Question two: Which two of the following demonstrates that sewing a flag was a difficult task? Answer: C and D Question three: According to this selection, flags were once called Answer: A Question four: Rebeca young encouraged your granddaughter to practice sewing so she could Answer: A Question five: The story in this selection occurred during the Answer: C Question six: The main purpose of the grant Fort McHenry flag was to use it as
Level J Answers are for the see reader questions at a
- The physics of sports
- Living Thoreau-ly
- Computers Under Attack
- The search for alien life
- A winning state of mind
- One-Way Ticket
- An Eyewitness to the Johnstown
- The Slanderer
- Understanding Human Signals
- The Ransom of Captain Red Beard
- Chamber music
- There’s More to Life Than Work
- Tile Games
This is the level most of us start
- Truth in Tasting
- A Dogs Boundless Love
- Beware the Cyclops!
- The Bee Man
- Down the Rabbit Hole
- En Garde!
- An Unexplained Wonder
This Week’s Featured level F answers from my database (submitted by
En Garde! Level F
4.When the author compares sword fighting. A-The goal of fencers today is.
10.according to this selection, fencing is sport suitable for A- anyone.
LEVEL K Answers
A tough prisoner of war was one story from level k worth reading. For the
- Not Always Right
- The Mysteries of Light
- Computers Under Attack
- School is Always Open
- Microbots and Mini-Motes
- The Math in Music
- A Tough Prisoner of War
- Tornado Coming!
Featured level K answers from the collection (submitted by SlytherinEmpress)
A tough prisoner of war (aka A Hero’s Unbroken
Question: What is the main idea of this selection? Answer: An airman’s unbreakable spirit…
Question: Place these events in Louie’s life in the order in which they occurred, from first to last. Answer: 1-Louie and his family move… 2-Louie competes in the 1936 Summer… 3-Louie flies in a US Army… 4-Louie is taken captive…
Question: How does this image relate to the selection? Answer: The author writes that Louie “was…”
Question: What was the major cause of the crash of the Green Hornet? Answer: Human Error
Question: According to the selection, what was the Bird’s purpose in forcing Louie to perform demeaning acts? Answer: To destroy his feeling…
Question: Which of the following attributes helped Louie endure his imprisonment? Answer: His willpower and self-assurance
Question: Who was responsible for a critical turning point in Louie’s life? Answer: Pete, his older brother
Question: Which of the following sentences supports the author’s description of Louie’s return home after the war was “miraculous”? Answer: His family and friends…
Question: Louie earned the nickname “Torrance Tornado” because he had… Answer: Set a race record…
Question: In this excerpt, what does Laura Hillenbrand mean when she calls Louie a “virtuoso of joy”? Answer: Louie was an expert at…
Question: When stuck in the life raft, it was most important for the downed airmen to do which two of the following things? Answer: 1.-keep their minds and spirits sharp 2.-preserve their health Question: Choose the sentence in this excerpt that best explains why Louie started boxing: Answer: Since Louie was often taunted by his classmates because he could not speak English, his father taught him how to box so he could defend himself against the bullies. Questions: What does this quote by Laura Hillenbrand say about life? Answer: A negative attribute can develop into a positive one over time.
Unless you have a professor in university who gives you reading plus, level L is the last
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles By Luke Cooper
- A Sunken Steamer
- Celestial mission
- An unalterable imprisonment
- Graffiti Studio
- A Gothic Adventure
- A revolutionary new sport
- Don Quixote
Level M is the final level for reading plus! This is the final stretch and has some LONG and TOUGH questions. Preview of the most common: ·
- From Human to Insect
- Wretched Lives
- Behind the Door
- PCs With Personality
- The importance of Recess
- The Scarcity of a natural resource
- From Clunkly To Sleek
- Good-Bye to Gateshead!
- Child’s Play
The +Answers CollectionAnswers To Over 200 Stories
READING PLUS CHEATS
Reading Plus is hard to Cheat, there were cool hacks in the past but most of them were taken out. The best way to cheat is by using answers in the insight assignment diagnostic when you first sign up for reading plus. If you do well on this you can skip a lot of levels and avoid having to spacebar through them.
One very risky hack is logging in as a teacher and changing your scores. This is very technical and requires you to know a bit of coding. It can also get you expelled if you are caught so we definitely don’t encourage it.
If you have any other questions be sure to message me in the contact section.