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Looking for all grades? View K-12

  • Math

    • Algebra 1

      371 skills
      • Includes:
      • Solve a system of equations by graphing
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      • Solve linear equations: complete the solution
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      • Graph a two-variable linear inequality
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      • Match quadratic functions and graphs
    • Geometry

      300 skills
      • Includes:
      • Prove similarity statements
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      • Construct a perpendicular line
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      • SSS, SAS, ASA, and AAS Theorems
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      • Checkpoint: Definitions of geometric objects
    • Algebra 2

      376 skills
      • Includes:
      • Match polynomials and graphs
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      • Graph sine and cosine functions
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      • Transformations of functions
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      • Graph a discrete probability distribution
    • Precalculus

      302 skills
      • Includes:
      • Solve matrix equations using inverses
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      • Absolute values of complex numbers
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      • Add vectors
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      • Radians and arc length
    • Calculus

      78 skills
      • Includes:
      • Determine if a limit exists
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      • Make a piecewise function continuous
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      • Find tangent lines using implicit differentiation
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      • Velocity as a rate of change
    • Integrated 1

      192 skills
    • Integrated 2

      235 skills
    • Integrated 3

      206 skills
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  • Language arts

    • Ninth grade

      158 skills
      • Includes:
      • Analyze short stories: set 1
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      • Identify audience and purpose
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      • Word pattern analogies
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      • Identify sentences with parallel structure
    • Tenth grade

      151 skills
      • Includes:
      • Identify supporting evidence in a text
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      • Interpret figures of speech
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      • Identify the narrative point of view
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      • Use semicolons, colons, and commas with lists
    • Eleventh grade

      136 skills
      • Includes:
      • Choose the best evidence to support a claim
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      • Combine sentences using relative clauses
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      • Order topics from broadest to narrowest
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      • Use hyphens in compound adjectives
    • Twelfth grade

      136 skills
      • Includes:
      • Identify thesis statements
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      • Trace an argument: set 1
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      • Suggest appropriate revisions
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      • Compare passages for subjective and objective tone
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  • Science

    • Biology

      26 skills
      • Includes:
      • Structure and function: carbohydrates
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      • Structure and function of the cell membrane
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      • Describe the phases of mitosis
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      • Use a codon wheel to transcribe and translate DNA sequences
    • Chemistry

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    • Physics

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  • Social studies

    • 21 skills
      • Includes:
      • Influences on U.S. government
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      • The Constitutional Convention
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      • Introduction to the Constitution
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      • The Bill of Rights
    • U.S. history

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  • Spanish

      • Includes:
      • Recognize Spanish‑speaking countries: South America
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      • What is the conversation about?
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      • Listen and identify the person from the description
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      • Sentence structure in affirmative and negative sentences
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IXL's test prep skill plans make it even easier to support students getting ready for high stakes assessments.

Plus access to K - 8th grade

  • 8 Grade 8 Eighth grade
    • Math

      364 skills

    • Language arts

      174 skills

    • Science

      140 skills

    • Social studies

      152 skills

  • 7 Grade 7 Seventh grade
    • Math

      346 skills

    • Language arts

      171 skills

    • Science

      144 skills

    • Social studies

      208 skills

  • 6 Grade 6 Sixth grade
    • Math

      367 skills

    • Language arts

      187 skills

    • Science

      159 skills

    • Social studies

      160 skills

  • 5 Grade 5 Fifth grade
    • Math

      369 skills

    • Language arts

      198 skills

    • Science

      121 skills

    • Social studies

      111 skills

  • 4 Grade 4 Fourth grade
    • Math

      362 skills

    • Language arts

      233 skills

    • Science

      115 skills

    • Social studies

      111 skills

  • 3 Grade 3 Third grade
    • Math

      343 skills

    • Language arts

      231 skills

    • Science

      91 skills

    • Social studies

      98 skills

  • 2 Grade 2 Second grade
    • Math

      310 skills

    • Language arts

      238 skills

    • Science

      78 skills

    • Social studies

      62 skills

  • 1 Grade 1 First grade
    • Math

      292 skills

    • Language arts

      195 skills

    • Science

      62 skills

    • Social studies

      46 skills

  • K K Kindergarten
    • Math

      327 skills

    • Language arts

      150 skills

    • Science

      59 skills

    • Social studies

      47 skills

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Comprehensive Curriculum Find content to support nearly any lesson, with more than 10,000 skills covering fivesubjects. Browse skills Real-TimeDiagnostic Pinpoint what your students know and exactly what to do next to help themimprove. Learn how it works PersonalizedGuidance See skill recommendations that help each student fill knowledge gaps and grow from where theyare. Explore recommendations ActionableAnalytics Get real-time insights that help you make effective instructional decisions everyday. View insights

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Now, instead of giving homework, I assign IXL practice for 15-20 minutes a night. Students get points for time spent practicing, how many medals attained, and improvement in scores. My unmotivated students beg to use the computers. I set a goal for an hour a week, but all surpass it.

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FAQs

How do I see answered questions on IXL? ›

Scroll down to find the IXL accomplishments section. Here, you'll see an overview of the student's IXL usage (questions answered, time spent, skills practiced) and a breakdown of math and ELA skills they've worked on. Pro Tip: Hover over the pie chart to see how many skills have been practiced in each strand!

How many questions does it take to get 100 on IXL? ›

Students will need to answer as many as 10 questions correctly in a row to achieve mastery. For most skills on IXL, students will have to complete a minimum of 28 questions to earn a SmartScore of 100. When a student achieves a score of 100 on IXL, you can feel confident that they have truly mastered that skill.

What grade level is 740 in IXL? ›

IXL diagnostic numbers represent where students are in terms of grade levels. A level of 740 represents a student having learned 40% of the 7th grade skills.

What grade level is 900 in IXL? ›

Grade level guide: 100 = 1st grade, 200 = 2nd grade, 300 = 3rd grade, 400 - 4th grade, 500 = 5th grade, 600 = 6th grade, 700 = 7th grade, 800 = 8th grade, and 900 = 9th grade. By clicking on the IXL image above or the word IXL, students will be forwarded to the log in page.

What's the most questions answered on IXL? ›

Learners have reached an incredible new milestone! Since 2007, students have collectively answered more than 100,000,000,000 questions on IXL. We'd like to extend a huge congratulations to each learner who contributed to this amazing feat!

Can teachers see what time you finish an IXL? ›

Student Score Chart:

This report allows you to view a single student's progress across all skills. For each skill, you'll see the student's SmartScore, questions answered, time spent, and date of their last practice session.

What are the weaknesses of IXL? ›

Limited Engagement: One major drawback of IXL is its emphasis on repetitive practice rather than fostering deep understanding. The program often focuses on isolated skills without providing real-world context or opportunities for critical thinking.

How stressful is IXL? ›

The program only grades students based on correct answers. According to CommonSense Media, parents have even gone as far as to review IXL, saying that the scoring system harshly punishes mistakes and leads to a ton of stress instead of academic comprehension.

Is 800 good in IXL? ›

As always, a diagnostic level indicates a student's working grade level—for example, a level of 800 indicates readiness to work on eighth grade level skills. When the numbers appear as a range, this means that the Diagnostic is still narrowing down the student's exact learning level.

What grade is F in IXL? ›

Fourth grade is displayed as Level F.

How long until IXL pauses? ›

After detecting inactivity for a certain amount of time, the timer pauses. It resumes when the student starts practicing again. Depending on your student's grade level, it will take two, four, or six minutes of inactivity for the timer to pause.

Is IXL graded? ›

IXL Diagnostic scores are scaled such that scores correspond to grade levels. For example, a score of 350 indicates that the student has acquired about 50% of third-grade material, whereas a score of 400 indicates that the student is ready to learn fourth-grade material.

Is a 1500 Lexile good? ›

Lexile measures are represented by a number followed by an “L” (such as “800L”) and range from below 0L for beginning readers to above 1600L. Research shows that 1300L or above is the target Lexile measure for students to be ready for college and career in reading.

What grade level is 1300 Lexile? ›

NOTE: By the end of the 11th grade, students should reach the college- and career-ready reading level (1300 Lexiles).

What grade level is 1200 Lexile? ›

Grade LevelLexile Range (25th percentile to 90th percentile)
Grade 4700 - 1160
Grade 5795 - 1260
Grade 6875 - 1340
Grade 7940 - 1410
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Can teachers see how many questions you answered on IXL? ›

Skills are organized by subject, grade level, and category. For each skill, you can see how much time the student has spent and how many questions the student has answered.

How do I check my IXL diagnostic results? ›

To view or print the Diagnostic action plans, go to Analytics, and click Diagnostic. For the Diagnostic action plans for your entire roster, click the to the right of “Individual student levels and recommendations.”

How to run a report on IXL? ›

Click the Reports tab. Sign in to your IXL account at www.ixl.com. IXL reports offer a winning combination of interactive data, powerful analytics, and easy-to-read graphs. Once your students have started practicing with IXL, the reports in your teacher account will automatically update with real-time data!

How many questions does it take to finish IXL diagnostic? ›

This usually takes about 75-80 questions for math and 55-65 questions for English language arts, and can be done over the course of a few sessions. The IXL Continuous Diagnostic helps you assess your students' grade-level proficiency in both math and English language arts. Getting started is simple!

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