IXL - Math, English, & More 4+

K-12 learning on the go

IXL Learning

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IXL is personalized learning! Trusted by over 1 million educators and parents, IXL is proven to accelerate student achievement. And with the award-winning IXL app, students can master skills anytime, anywhere!

See how IXL meets the unique needs of over 14 million learners (and counting!):

With IXL’s full curriculum of over 8,000 skills, students of all levels can learn the exact topics they need, whether they’re reviewing past concepts or exploring new territory. Immediate feedback and step-by-step answer explanations help students work through their mistakes and make lasting progress. Plus, question difficulty adapts to challenge students at just the right level and help them grow.

With IXL’s preK-12 curriculum, every learner can excel in math! From skip-counting with pictures to graphing quadratic functions, students interact with dynamic problem types that bring each concept to life. And with unlimited questions to explore, students can practice as much as they need to master each skill, and never see the same problem twice.

IXL’s preK-12 curriculum helps build strong readers and writers! From comprehension to composition, IXL breaks down each concept into highly targeted skills that help students grow from where they are. Fun and relevant questions engage students as they learn new vocabulary, correct grammar mistakes, analyze text, strengthen writing skills, and more.

Build knowledge across all core subjects! With comprehensive curriculum in 2nd through 8th grade science and social studies, students can learn exciting and relevant concepts about the world around them. And with foundational Spanish, students can get started on the path toward Spanish fluency!

IXL’s Real-Time Diagnostic pinpoints each student’s current knowledge level in math and English language arts. As students answer questions, they’ll discover more about themselves, and reveal personalized recommendations on the best skills to learn next!

Interactive features, from drag-and-drop questions to graphing tools, allow students to engage with the material in new ways. With handwriting recognition, students can easily write in math answers with their fingertips. On iPad, students can work through each problem by writing on their screen—no scrap paper needed! Plus, colorful awards highlight students’ accomplishments and make learning fun!

Research has shown that IXL improves student outcomes more than any other product or method. IXL is trusted by over 700,000 teachers worldwide!

View reports on all progress on our website! Tackle any trouble spots with specific insights and clear next steps. And celebrate reaching each new milestone with an official certificate!

Practice 10 questions each day for free. Become an IXL member to get access to a fully personalized learning experience with comprehensive curriculum, meaningful guidance, progress tracking, fun awards, and more!

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Privacy Policy: https://www.ixl.com/privacypolicy

What’s New

Version 9.1.2

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
138.4K Ratings

138.4K Ratings

tockittick ,

Let me explain

As a student I think ixl is not very fun only because when you get a question wrong it sets you back more points than when you get one right. It’s still a good learning app exept for when it makes me cry out of flustration because of how it’s set up. Most teachers assign and encourage children to use this app because of the education that it offers. Yes it does offer good help and practice but is still quite annoying when I get one wrong and it sets me back even more points. I have heard from so many other kids that they dislike ixl because of the way it’s set up. This can often effect how long your child spends on the app trying to get a perfect score. They can stay up hours just trying to get that score, and in my opinion I think that ixl needs to be changed in a way that children are not staying up so late trying to get a good score and instead only spending so much time on the app. If ixl could make it so that when you get a problem wrong it demotes you the same amount of points as it would when you get one right. I think this would help so many children and parents not stay up late and still be able to practice. I don’t know if this function was on purpose and the ixl company had a reason for this, but almost every person I ask gives me an explanation on why they dislike ixl.
,sincerely an IXL user

ichigomiko ,


I’m a student in 3rd grade and my parent is encouraging me to use this app I think it is fine but it’s confusing to navigate through the app. IXL doesn’t give any instructions at all of how to use this app. My second complaint is that the “recommendations” part is weird! I did a course to see what level I’m at and it put me to 5th doing things I don’t even understand and never learned in 3rd grade at all! Some of the past reviews say that it’s a stressful app and one of them said there kids came home in tears because it put their level down low? I really don’t think that’s how a kid should feel after a math app. If you’ve had these experiences try “Zearn” or “Kumon” because in both of those apps it doesn’t make you feel bad or mad or sad. If you’ve ever had a bad experience with this app try those apps they are better. I hope the owner reads this and tries to find a way to make a better experience in this app. I am not trying to spread hate into this app I’m just trying to make it better but so far none of the reviews have a developer response and I really hope someone reads this and does something about it. Please don’t take this as a offense.

-just trying to make math
A better and funner thing.

A Teacher and a Parent ,

Too hard on kids

I am a parent and a teacher. I really like the concept behind IXL and find the choices of skills very thorough. It is a great learning tool in many respects. My kids used to love it because they would get stars they could click on for prizes.
The problems come in when a child gets something wrong (or simply puts in a comma for a number like “1,000” when the app is designed to expect “1000”). IXL will mark them wrong and take them back at least 10-20%, after which they can only get back extremely slowly. My daughter has sat at the computer in tears and bawled about how “mean” it is.
Due to all the frustration, complaints, and tears from kids and parents, my children’s school stopped offering IXL this year and switched the it subscription over to Prodigy. I actually switched my own kids over to Time4Learning to practice because it is much less harsh. It will tell them what they got wrong and explain the reason without expecting them to do a huge portion of the lesson all over again to regain their points.
I would encourage the people behind this app to seriously consider revamping how they tackle “wrong” answers and typos. I get that a kid can need a little more practice, but when it sets them back so terribly far, it takes all the joy of their successes away form them and leaves them devastated. Not good:(!

App Privacy

The developer, IXL Learning, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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