Hi everyone, I'd love to get some feedback on how some of you fellow homeschoolers are handling accelerated reading. Are doing some kind of AR program that comes with a curriculum set, what materials do you use? I've noticed that the actual Accelerated Reading program used in schools across the country is only geared towards schools without homeschooling in mind. I have found a wonderful alternative on "BookAdventure". It is the same type of program but it is free and maintained by Sylvan Learning Center. They also have a kids zone where kids can go play games in addition to taking the quizzes to earn prizes. You can download the booklist for quizzes listed on the site as well to make it easier to determine which books to select. There is also a genre selection tool you can use to search for books according to your child's interest. I cross reference the booklist posted on book adventure's website with my local library's catalog search. I also let my daughter pick out books at the library (they have the books marked according to AR reading level) that she wants to read. If bookadventure does not have a quiz for that book I just create my own quizzes using quibblo.com's scored quizzes. I hope this info helps anyone out there looking to do accelerated reading. My 5 almost 6 year old daughter loves to read even more than she did before we started using bookadventure and she even looks forward to the quizzes.