Here's how it works: You (or a teacher at a school, it works for both homeschool and public school) sign up your kids. You choose their grade level. You or they can pick a little avatar. They log in by choosing their avatar, and it takes them to the problems for their grade level. The problems are broken down into categories. You can mouse over them to see a sample of that kind of problem.
The kid clicks on it and begins to work. Its all in a eye-pleasing format. The problems are presented in a logical way.
It has complete coverage. As a homeschooler in CA, it helps that "IXL's math skills are aligned to the 2010 Common Core State Standards, the 2008 California Preschool Learning Foundations, and the 1997 California Content Standards, providing comprehensive preparation for the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program." So if I am wondering if the kids are missing anything vital from their curriculum, they can go on IXL and it will be covered.
|This is a lovely screenshot of a report.|
Okay, here's the nitty gritty: The monthly price is $9.99. For each additional child, add $2.00. The yearly price is $79, add $20 for each additional kid. Depending on your budget, this could be a serious benefit to your school, be it home or public.
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*disclaimer- We were given a 6 month subscription in exchange for our honest review. We received no other compensation, and any opinions expressed herein are my own or those of my children.