Keep the Learning Going at Home with Ready® Classroom Mathematics 

Your child has been using the Ready Classroom Mathematics program at school. As your student prepares to continue their learning at home, you can use the print version of the Student Worktext and follow any guidance provided by your child’s teacher. Additionally, the Ready Classroom Mathematics program has a Student Digital Experience that can help support your student’s learning.


1. How do I log in?

On an iPad®

  1. Download the free iReady for Students app from the App Store®. iPads must be compatible with iOS® 11 or above, such as the iPad Air®, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro®, or any other device that meets the requirements listed here.
  2. Determine the login mechanism used by your child’s school.
    • If your child’s district/school uses Clever, download the Clever app, log in using their district/school portal credentials, and click on the iReady icon.
    • If your child’s district/school uses a portal that is NOT Clever, students should open the Safari® browser, enter their school portal URL and login, and click on the iReady icon.
    • If your child’s district/school does not use a portal, they should open the iReady for Students app and log in to iReady using the credentials provided by their teacher.

From a Computer

  1. Click here if you would like to confirm that your device and internet connection meet iReady System Requirements.
  2. Determine the login mechanism used by your child's school and log in.
    • If your child’s district/school uses a portal, your child should log in using their district/school portal credentials and then click on the iReady icon.
    • If your child’s district/school does NOT use a portal, your child should visit i‑Ready.com and log in to iReady directly on a computer using the credentials provided by their teacher.

2. How do I get my child started?

If your child’s teacher or school administrator has advised what your child should work on, consult and follow this guidance to keep your child's learning aligned with the current curriculum.

Within the Student Digital Experience, your child will be able to select:

  • Teacher-assigned activities, including Comprehension Checks, Interactive Practice, and Lessons
  • My Path lessons assigned to your child based on their latest results on the i-Ready Diagnostic. Note that My Path lessons will only appear as a choice on the screen if your child’s school has access to online lessons.
  • Student Bookshelf, which includes the Student Worktext and Family Resources
  • Digital Math Tools, which help students explore concepts and solve problems
  • Learning Games, which help build math fluency, number sense, and conceptual understanding in fun ways

Click here to access step-by-step instructions along with visuals of your child’s My Progress screen.

3. Where can my child and I see the progress being made?

You and your child can monitor progress by clicking on My Progress in the bottom navigation bar.

On the My Progress page, you will be able to see:

  • Completed Work, including all completed Teacher-Assigned and My Path items
  • Scores for complete Comprehension Checks and online Lesson Quizzes (if applicable)

Click here to access step-by-step instructions along with visuals of your child’s My Progress screen.

4. Where can I find additional resources to help me support my child?

  • Family Resources: At the top right-hand corner of the Student Bookshelf, you’ll find a link to family resources, which include videos that explain the learning in each unit and Family Letters with activities to do at home.
  • Family Center: At the top right-hand corner of the student dashboard, you’ll find a link to the Family Center, which includes an explanation of the program and answers to frequently asked questions.

5. Tips to Support Your Child

MAKE A PLAN together with your child on how to spend their time at home and when they will work on their learning activities. It can be helpful to put the plan in writing and post it somewhere visible. As you make the plan, follow any guidance you received from your child’s teacher on what they should work on.

SHARE the experience with your child. Both of you can become familiar with the different parts of the student dashboard, and you can learn with your child as they complete a lesson.

ENCOURAGE your child to take their assignments seriously. Emphasize “thinking before clicking,” because just clicking through will not be a productive use of their time nor reflect what your child actually knows. Remind your child to use paper and pencil to solve math problems and use the digital tools as needed.

TRACK AND DISCUSS PROGRESS. Regularly review progress with your student using the My Progress page. If your child’s school is using i-Ready Personalized Instruction, your child should aim for 45 minutes of lessons per week and maintain a range of 30–49 minutes while passing at least 70 percent of lessons. Your child’s school may have varying guidance. As you discuss progress with your child, consider asking:

  • What are you working on/learning about?
  • Can you explain to me how you solved that problem?
  • What is your goal? Are you on track to meet it?
  • What are you proud of?
  • What did you learn in the _____ lesson? What did you enjoy? What did you find challenging?

You can use these fun trackers as you and your child discuss and keep track of progress.

CELEBRATE your child’s progress. Celebrating milestones such as passing a lesson or reaching a specific goal can help keep your child motivated. You can share celebrations with the rest of the family and even decide on a fun activity as a reward.


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