Practice makes perfect, and IXL makes math practice fun! IXL allows teachers and parents to monitor the progress of their students and motivate them through interactive games and practice questions. Widely recognized as the Web's most comprehensive math site, IXL offers a dynamic and enjoyable environment for children to practice math. Students who use IXL are succeeding like never before.
|Teacher||$199/yr||Unlimited access to all grade levels. Infinite questions in over 2,000 skills. Free 30-day trial.|
This is a product that has been around for a long time. I almost didn’t review it because of that, but then I was talking to a few teachers who didn’t know that it has a whole bunch of free aspects to it and so I thought I’m doing a quick review to mention that. IXL allows students to practice math, reading and writing skills through multiple-choice questions. The more questions they answer the more points they earn and badges they receive. Concerns At its core IXL does a good job…
Our elementary has used this for several years. Both teachers and students find it user friendly. Teachers can plan by our own state standards. Students can use it at home. Students can see how they are progressing and the leveling encourages accuracy.There are multiple reports by skill, standard…… By class or student. The students actually ask to get on it when done with class work. The cost is comparison to Weekly News Magazines and lasts all year round.
IXL is a math website that allows students ranging from Pre-K to Eight Grade to practice mathematical concepts.
The website itself is basic and and easy to use. The various concepts are separated into user friendly categories.
I could use IXL as extra practice for my students at home or in the classroom. In saying this, I would not use IXL as a primary teaching tool in my own classroom. It is only a simple tool to allow students to practice various mathematical concepts.