The expectation is for kinder kids to be on at least level 8 by the end of the year. Year one students are expected to be on at least level 14 by the end of year one. Your child is a good reader. What to do? what do you mean by this? With respect, surely you must know that your daughter is a good reader. Keep doing what you have been doing. Any questions are best aimed at your daughter's teacher.
Actually, thinking more about your question, the issues with young children being good readers is the content of higher levels is often aimed at older children. ie the books your child will read are more directed to year one students. You will need to spend more time discussing the content of the book with dd. You can extend concepts for your dd. Again, the teacher is the best person to discuss this with you.
Ed to add:
This does not mean she is a super gifted reader or that she will continue to be approximately a year ahead in reading she may now slow or plateau - often this happens between 15 and 20. But it means she will be working with vocabulary, words and thinking at level 11 during class and is doing wonderfully with her reading so far.
Edited by Two Sunflowers, 13 February 2013 - 04:23 PM.