Printable resources

Fun and useful materials for your classroom
Use these free printables, from customizable certificates to class progress charts, to keep students motivated as they use IXL!

Username and password cards

Make sure forgotten sign-in info doesn't keep your students from practicing! Print these cards so student usernames and passwords are always at hand. You can even print them on sticker paper so they really stick with your students!

Remember: If your school has a custom sign-in page, remind your students to start there.

Parent handout

Did you know that your students can use IXL at home, school or anywhere with an Internet connection? Print this handout for parents to show how they can continue the fun at home!

Customizable certificates

All students are individuals, and you know best what motivates them. With these customizable certificates, you can honor any achievement that you deem excellent! Print them out to praise special class goals or personal student triumphs.

IXL Rockstar photo props

Students who complete 10,000 questions and classes that answer 100,000 questions are IXL Rockstars! Celebrate by snapping a photo with your certificate and these fun props—then e-mail it to us to be featured on our Facebook page.

Classroom goals posters

Help students visualize class goals with these eye-catching posters! Choose a style to print, add goals to work toward, and display it in your classroom for motivation. Take a look at the ready-made poster for ideas!

  • Classroom Goals Poster With Example Goals
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Beach Theme
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Crystal Theme
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Dinosaur Theme
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Farm Theme
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Lantern Theme
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Mountain Theme
  • Classroom Goals Poster With Tiger Theme

School break strategies

Keep the momentum going while your students are out on school break!

Plan activities for your class

Use these strategies to help students maintain the skills they've learned throughout the year.

Get parents involved

Share this handout with parents so that they can support their child's learning over break.