i-Ready® for Students is a free app for students who use i-Ready at school. Students can use this app for many of their K–5 online lessons in Reading and Math and for any Standards Mastery assessment.
** Note that students need to use a computer in combination with this app for the 2017–2018 school year to have complete access to i-Ready. **
CONTENT AVAILABILITY ON THIS APP
To see the latest details of what content is available for the iPad, see our System Requirements at www.i-ready.com/support.
iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro (12.9" & 9.7"). iPad minis are not supported.
Built to address the rigor of the new standards, i-Ready helps students make real gains. i-Ready collects a broad spectrum of rich data on student abilities that identifies areas where a student is struggling, measures growth across a student’s career, supports teacher-led differentiated instruction, and provides a personalized instructional path within a single online solution.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am – 9:00pm EST
Updated login screen to access K-1 Card Login flow and i-Ready Family Center.
Ratings and Reviews
Zero stars- useless app
Doesn't work at all. Can't even sign-in.... it says there is a technical error, must sign in from computer. Regardless, the entire i-Ready program is absolutely useless! It's merely mind-numbing busy work... for what? To add stress to the kids AND the parents! My child must complete a minimum amt of time each week or he will receive a zero....which, okay, I get it...They have homework to keep their minds sharp for tests or so they can increase their understanding and skills overall. However, The lessons are so simple, a 4 yr old could finish them, yet my child is in third grade. They are not relevant to the math lessons he should actually be spending his time studying in order for him to make progress and increase his understanding of third grade math.
Great But Glitches
There are so many glitches, but overall, it really helps. Two glitches I have encountered in less than 10 minutes are when you drag and drop something, it either only puts the item next to it or resets the item to go back to the original place. Another one is you have to spam or make circles around answers to finally get the one you want to be available. By available I mean for you to be able to submit the answer. There are probably more, but it’s still a grrrrrreat app!
The school system is all in but what next?
You would think with all of the tax dollars that is spent on this "experimental" program they would make this whole curriculum accessible on multiple platforms for home use. My sons school is very two faced about this. They say in person at home use is not necessary but in the memo's they say it is. Now we are having to buy a 6 year old a PC! Does every family have this money just sitting around? Apparently initial child development revolves around navigating a computer instead of learning the basics. This is very frustrating because if he doesn't do this at home he will fall behind. All of this make me wonder who or what is actually teaching my child at school.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.