Excel everywhere with IXL! Discover a world of personalized learning with engaging, adaptive questions in over
7,000 standards-aligned skills. Master concepts in pre-K through 12th grade math and English language arts, and 2nd
through 8th grade science and social studies. From adverbs to algebra, molecules to maps, IXL's interactive content
brings the joy of learning right to students' fingertips. Feel good about your kids’ tablet time as they use IXL to keep
their skills sharp anytime, anywhere.
HIGHLIGHTS OF IXL
- Comprehensive standards-aligned curriculum
- Wide variety of fun and interactive question types to engage students
- Virtual prizes and awards to celebrate learning milestones
- Insightful reporting on all app practice at IXL.com
- Over 50 billion questions answered by students worldwide
“Thanks to IXL, our students' performance has increased dramatically. Because they practice the skills daily, and because the site provides feedback, students are able to correct their mistakes and master the concepts easily.”
Waleska Batista, teacher, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, U.S.A.
“My favourite feature of IXL is that if you get a question wrong IXL will tell you how to solve it and what you did wrong. Another thing I really enjoy is that IXL provides awards and progress reports showing how you do over time. I think these two things are very effective because they make the student feel like they are actually studying and not wasting time.”
Student, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
“This program takes the frustration out of math because it allows the student to practice at his/her own pace and stay focused. It's okay if you mark one wrong because another one will be waiting. This is a great tool to have.”
Parent of a 4th grader, California, U.S.A.
“We like the rewards and certificates; our children work very hard to receive these! The reports are also brilliant in keeping us informed of the levels our children have reached and where they need extra help.”
Parent, Coolah, NSW, Australia
“My students are improving by the day, and some even stay in for recess to work on IXL!”
Helm Jackson, 5th grade teacher, Redmond, Washington, U.S.A