There are many free informational resources and online utilities available at www.lexile.com.
Some of our favorites include:
- Lexile Research. The research section of our Lexile website includes our collection of research papers, studies and publications on the science behind Lexile measures. Learn more at www.lexile.com/research. (English only)
- Lexile map. This downloadable PDF document presents a visual display of the Lexile scale. Sample passages illustrate some of the different characteristics of texts as Lexile measures increase. Sample books for each Lexile zone provide further examples. To download, visit www.lexile.com/tools/lexile-map. (English only)
- Find-a-Book. This popular web utility enables you to search the Lexile titles database and find books using Lexile measures. It also helps you see if your selections are available in local libraries. Learn more at www.lexile.com/fab. (English only)
- Lexile.com/toefl. This site includes information for test takers about the official Lexile link with the TOEFL test published by ETS. It enables you to convert a TOEFL Reading score to a Lexile measure, then find books and create reading lists for targeted practice using your measure. Visit www.lexile.com/toefl. (English only)
- Lexile.com/toefljunior. This website includes information about the official Lexile link with the TOEFL Junior test published by ETS. It enables you to use the Lexile measure obtained from a TOEFL Junior score report to find books for reading practice at the appropriate skill level. It includes other information for TOEFL Junior students, teachers and parents. Visit www.lexile.com/toefljunior. (English and Korean)