i-Ready Connect for Students 4+

Curriculum Associates, LLC

    • 2.3 • 12.2K Ratings
    • Free

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i-Ready Connect™ for Students is a free app for students who use i-Ready at school. Students can use this app to access i-Ready Assessment and Personalized Instruction, i-Ready Classroom Mathematics, and Learning Games.

i-Ready integrates powerful assessments with engaging instruction to help all students grow and succeed.

Email: i-readysupport@cainc.com
Phone: 800-225-0248
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am – 9:00pm EST

For further technical details, visit our System Requirements at https://i-ReadyConnect.com/login/support.

What’s New

Version 5.0

- To access the app, you must be on a minimum of iOS 14.0.
- When logging in, users can now additionally select the following regions: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands
- Added support for iPad assessment mode within the i-Ready Diagnostic
- Fixed several minor issues

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
12.2K Ratings

12.2K Ratings

Reveiw Writer333 ,

Mentally exhausting

I-Ready is literally the worst. Everyone in my class hates it, and for good reason. We are assigned 45 minutes per Reading and Math per week. This very much disrupts our other homework, considering we don’t even learn anything. Ima construct an evidence based review that I learned IN REAL CLASS. Claim: I-Ready lessons need to improve. Evidence: -Lessons are very slow, and usually take 45-60 minutes to complete - if you fail a lesson, they make you redo it (up to 2x) with no changes. “HEY, THIS DIDNT WORK, LETS DO THE SAME THING AGAIN.” Pretty much the definition of insanity. -As a middle schooler, the characters are horrible. How am I supposed to learn anything half decent with characters made for kindergarteners? -Instruction is very difficult to understand. I am not a big fan of online learning sites, but at least sites like think-central (a GO-MATH brand site) has a “step-by-step” option/ show me how to get the answer, while I-Ready over here is making me bend over backwards trying to learn algebraic expressions. When we finally got to it in class, it took me only a few days to catch on. I was working on algebra expressions for 3+ weeks in I-Ready! Reasoning: This evidence clearly states that I-Ready need to improve their system. Everyone in my school dreads this task, and it is a very unpleasant experience. I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone. Note: I have no issues with the diagnostic. No matter what I-Ready does with that, nobody likes testing!

badxoinmaster ,


This is literally mentally exhausting, We have do to 45 mins in each subject reading and math, Many people in my class hate it due to your services. This is including slow loading, errors, AND most importantly once you fail, It doesnt give you any ways to figure out the problem. Most apps even give like a step by step or help figure out the problem. But this can be like tiring because First of all, You don’t know how to solve the problem, Second, No step by step/guidance, Third, Just brings the child down on their mental health. This happened to many in my class and now they hate doing I-ready. It also takes 45 mins or even more to do on one lesson. ONE. Also I-ready, If your reading this right now, You need to fix your keyboard glitch ASAP. Honestly, I currently have the keyboard glitch and when I even do I-ready after many tries there is a keyboard glitch. Where it doesn’t let you type even though you refresh many times. Many people have also gotten this and cannot do their I-ready, Which makes them get bad grades, Obviously because I-ready is graded most of the time in schools by teachers. And I-ready takes off so much of our homework time doing 45 mins a week in each subject can be a lot especially with the excessive amount of homework that is given daily.

Ellie ;^; ,

I-Ready is pretty good, but...

The characters that you meet in I-Ready are pretty well animated and I would say they teach you some I guess, but it’s pretty annoying whenever I repeat lessons. My school wants us to get 45 minutes on each of the categories and I would say that’s no problem. But the thing is if you’re anywhere above grade level, then in class you would have to learn something below and then I-Ready would go above level, and sometimes the opposite. Plus if you don’t live under a rock then you would know that no one really likes to learn anything, but some people do and I’m one of them. But whenever I’m above level the I ready lessons go pretty slow for me. They discuss about something unnecessary about the lesson, and ask dumb questions. So, I would usually just save up coins and play the games. But, when rarely something is interesting it will most likely get you back into the mood to continue. I would say I wouldn’t actually play this in my free time because I have actually better stuff to do. As soon as you finish them in school you finally get to have free time and have freedom. So my final thought about I am ready is that it’s a good game but there are better ones, and you would only do this if you’re forced to (or if you’re “ unique”.)

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