7 new international year levels for IXL English!

Plus, new math, social studies, and science skills

May 16, 2016

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At Home, In the Classroom

Great news for IXL users around the world – we’ve got a little something new for everyone this month! More English year levels are now available in all of our international editions, and we’ve added new skills for math, social studies, and science. Visit IXL.com to explore the new skills now, or keep reading for more info!

New English year levels

We’ve expanded our English offering with years 2 and 8–13 for the U.K. and New Zealand, and years 1 and 7–12 for Australia, Canada, Europe, India, Ireland, Singapore, and South Africa. Students around the world now have more than 800 new ways to learn about English!

Budding readers and writers get an introduction to English with grammar and vocabulary skills, plenty of fun interactions and images, as well as audio support and larger text size.

Complete the sentence with a verb to match the picture

Older students will tackle more rigorous grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing topics through engaging skills and real-world examples—like this one, which asks them to correct errors in everyday use.

Correct errors in everyday use

 

Math: Patterns, patterns, patterns!

We’ve added 27 new patterns skills and given some a face lift in grades pre-K through 6. This includes a new interactive question type that allows students to create their own patterns!

Complete a repeating pattern

New social studies skills

We’re rounding out our social studies curriculum for grades 2–5 with 18 new skills about the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, the Middle and Southern Colonies, and more.

Middle colonies: economy and society

 

New science skills

Students can learn about water on Earth and changes to Earth’s surface through 6 new skills that feature visuals like maps and graphs.

Describe and graph water on Earth

To see a list of all the new grade levels and skills, visit the Skill Updates page!

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All Comments (5)

Shealee42 May 17, 2016 at 10:51 am

WOAH!

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Ahmet Ozer May 20, 2016 at 9:53 pm

IXL, I thought that it was wonderful that you English, but what would be better is the subject “Other Lang.” Teaching students other languages is a useful talent for young learners. In youth, the brain can absorb more than when it is older. So, in conclusion, putting this subject would be a great leap to the future.

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The IXL Team May 23, 2016 at 11:39 am

Hi Ahmet, thanks for your feedback! Stay tuned because we are looking into developing content to learn foreign languages.

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David Crittenden August 3, 2016 at 7:16 pm

I would love Spanish for beginners and advanced beginners as well.

The IXL reports are really extensive and the design team has done some really good work to show Real Time student work and showing the Sections that show a page view of students completion of that section. This is great! Sometimes students are racking up problems solved but are jumping around and not completing sections that get more difficult near the end of the problem set. Great!

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The IXL Team August 4, 2016 at 10:27 am

Hi David, we are developing Spanish content, so stay tuned! Thanks for your feedback on Analytics—we’re thrilled to hear you enjoy the design and our new reports!

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