IXL Learning is an American educational technology company that offers an educational website for K-12 students to practice educational material. The company also provides analytical tools to help track student and classroom performance and identify areas for academic improvement. IXL Learning offers content for math, English language arts, science, and social studies. According to statistics, IXL is used by 1 in 9 students in the United States and by over 200,000 teachers worldwide. It costs about $79 per subject, per year. If you want Math and Language Arts it costs $129. However, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies and Science (combined) cost a total of $159.

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IXL Learning
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  • Voices Academies’ principal describes how IXL has redefined learning for the school, providing teachers with the tools for differentiated learning, and students with the confidence to tackle even the toughest problems. Voices College-Bound Language Academies shared their experience implementing and using IXL's adaptive K-12 learning program in our IXL School Strategies 2016-2017 series.

IXL Learning
IXL Learning
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  • What’s it like when a school decides to start using IXL? Voices Academies’ principal shares his school’s experience and why he thinks IXL leads to student and school success. Voices College-Bound Language Academies shared their experience implementing and using IXL's adaptive K-12 learning program in our IXL School Strategies 2016-2017 series.

IXL Learning
IXL Learning
YouTube Video
  • What’s it like when a school decides to start using IXL? Voices Academies’ principal shares his school’s experience and why he thinks IXL leads to student and school success. Voices College-Bound Language Academies shared their experience implementing and using IXL's adaptive K-12 learning program in our IXL School Strategies 2016-2017 series.

IXL Learning
IXL Learning
YouTube Video
  • Voices Academies’ principal describes how IXL has redefined learning for the school, providing teachers with the tools for differentiated learning, and students with the confidence to tackle even the toughest problems. Voices College-Bound Language Academies shared their experience implementing and using IXL's adaptive K-12 learning program in our IXL School Strategies 2016-2017 series.

IXL Learning
IXL Learning
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IXL Learning
IXL Learning
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  • Throughout World War 2, food rations meant that food like eggs, milk, sugar, and butter were in short supply. But even during difficult times, sweet treats were always in demand. So people got creative and found new ways to bake their favorite foods. This chocolate cake is an example of how recipes were adapted during war time. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour 1 cup sugar 3 t...

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IXL Learning
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  • You may remember Laura Ingalls Wilder from her Little House on the Prairie series, but did you know she also created a recipe book? Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Country Cookbook included a collection of old and found recipes, including this cookie recipe! Ingredients 1/3 cup unsalted butter, room temperature 1/3 cup granulated sugar 1 egg, room temperature 1/2 cup molasses 1 1/2 cups rolled oats 1 cup ...

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IXL Learning
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  • Did you know that marshmallows have been around since Ancient Egypt? But marshmallows became the treats we know today thanks to French confectioners in the 1800s. Try out this classic recipe and make your own old-fashioned marshmallows! Ingredients: 1 cup (240ml) water, divided 2 packages gelatin (7 grams each) or 4½ teaspoons loose gelatin powder 2 cups (420gms) sugar 1½ teaspoons pure vanilla ...

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IXL Learning
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  • Try out this fun experiment that teaches you all about density using liquids you have at home! What You’ll Need: Tall Clear Cup Plastic Cups Water Rubbing Alcohol Blue Dawn Dish Soap Honey Light Corn Syrup Vegetable Oil Instructions: 1. Pour corn syrup into a cup and add a few drops red food. Pour water into a second plastic cup, and add a few drops of green. Don’t forget to stir! Pour rubbing ...

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IXL Learning
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  • Make paper fly and a can move on its own! Discover the magic of static electricity at home with these science experiments! Experiment 1: What You Need: Balloon Scissors Tissue Paper Instructions: 1. Cut the tissue paper into small pieces of confetti. 2. Rub a balloon against a piece of fabric to create static electricity. 3. Bring the balloon close to the tissue paper pieces and watch what hap...

IXL Learning
IXL Learning
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  • Try out this fun experiment that teaches you all about density using liquids you have at home! What You’ll Need: Tall Clear Cup Plastic Cups Water Rubbing Alcohol Blue Dawn Dish Soap Honey Light Corn Syrup Vegetable Oil Instructions: 1. Pour corn syrup into a cup and add a few drops red food. Pour water into a second plastic cup, and add a few drops of green. Don’t forget to stir! Pour rubbing...

IXL Learning
IXL Learning
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  • Create colorful “elephant toothpaste” with a simple chemical reaction at home! What You Need: Food Dye Hydrogen Peroxide Blue Dish Soap An empty clear plastic bottle Plastic Cups 1 packet of yeast Gloves Stirring utensils Instructions: 1. Pour Hydrogen Peroxide into the plastic bottle. 2. Add a few drops of dish soap. 3. Add Food coloring and mix together. 4. In a separate cup, mix the pack...

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