Summer resources

Fun ways to keep students learning this summer
Did you know your students have access to IXL over the summer? Send them home at the end of the school year with IXL's summer resources. These printable materials will motivate your students to use IXL to keep their skills fresh—and have fun while doing it!
Nothing motivates students like a fun competition. Sign up your students for IXL's fifth annual Study in the Sun contest! Winners will receive an iPad Mini.

Parent handout

Keep parents in the loop with this summer handout, available in both English and Spanish! It shows parents how to take advantage of IXL's engaging practice and monitor their children's progress.

Summer learning guides

Reflection logs

Encourage your students to be self-motivated learners by setting goals and reflecting on their progress! Students can use their IXL Recommendations wall or choose from the Progress and Improvement report or the Trouble Spots report in IXL Analytics to chart their growth over the break.

Learning activities

Inspire your students to embark on a learning adventure with these activities that ask students to make real-world connections and explore their surroundings.

Bingo board

Have some summer fun with an IXL bingo board! Use our board or create your own, with a different goal or activity in each square. Challenge students to complete five goals in a row—horizontally, vertically, or diagonally—and reward them with printable IXL sunglasses!

Practice coupons

Encourage students to achieve practice goals with these coupons! Or, customize your own with different goals and incentives of your choice.

Summer calendar

This colorful summer calendar is a great way for students to keep track of the days they worked on IXL or jot down the skills they practiced. You can also use it to recommend skills for students to practice each week!

Summer skills lists

Kick off a summer of learning by suggesting a list of skills for your students to practice over the summer!

Want to share your own IXL summer resources with other teachers? Send your ideas to community@ixl.com, and get the chance to see them showcased here!