# IXL Maths

On IXL, maths is more than just numbers. With unlimited questions, engaging item types, and real-world scenarios, IXL helps learners experience maths at its most mesmerising!

## Year 1 skills

- Addition word problems - sums up to 10
- Addition facts - sums up to 20
- Simple fractions: what fraction does the shape show?
- Read a thermometer
- Read a calendar

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## Year 2 skills

- Greatest and least - word problems - up to 1,000
- Find the next row in a growing pattern
- Add multiples of 10
- Addition word problems - up to two digits
- Compare clocks

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## Year 3 skills

- Multiply numbers ending in zeroes
- Multi-step word problems
- Acute, obtuse and right triangles
- Identify fractions on number lines
- Find equivalent fractions

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## Year 5 skills

- Prime and composite numbers
- Lowest common multiple
- Convert fractions to decimals
- Create line graphs
- Find start and end times: word problems

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## Year 6 skills

- Compare temperatures above and below zero
- Which is the better coupon?
- Unit prices
- Create double bar graphs
- Circle graphs with fractions

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## Year 7 skills

- Put rational numbers in order
- Do the ratios form a proportion?
- Solve one-step equations
- Reflections: graph the image
- Create histograms

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## Year 8 skills

- Factors
- Exponents with negative bases
- Find the distance between two points
- Draw lines of symmetry
- Solve two-step linear inequalities

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## Year 9 skills

- Graph solutions to one-step linear inequalities
- Write an equation in y=mx+c form
- Equations of horizontal and vertical lines
- Evaluate expressions using properties of exponents
- Simplify rational expressions

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## Year 10 skills

- Solve a quadratic equation by factorising
- Complete the square
- Identify hypotheses and conclusions
- SSS, SAS, ASA and AAS Theorems
- Central angles