Here is the link to IXL: 8th grade math concepts list. Use the "IXL Numbers" in the chart below to find the skills you want to practice. 

I have listed the SOLs we have learned this year in the table below. The current or most recent skills will be in bold. You can find these learned skills on the page linked above. 

   SOL Number   Target - "I can..."                                                                       IXL Number
 Quarter 1      
Unit 1  8.2 - describe the relationships between the subsets of the real number system. A.9, D.5
   8.3a - estimate and determine the two consecutive integers between which a square root lies.
  8.3b  - determine the positive and negative square roots of a given perfect square. F15, F.16
   8.1 - compare and order real numbers.
B.4, D.7, D.8, G.2, J.2
Unit 2  8.4 #1 - reconcile an account balance. K.1
  8.4 #2  - determine tax, tip, markup, and discount for a given situation. K.5, K.6, K.8
  8.4 #3 - calculate simple interest. K.10
  8.4 #4 - calculate percent change in a situation. J.11
Unit 3  8.14a  - evaluate algebraic expressions for given replacement values C.8, V.5, V.6, V.7, V.8, V.9
  8.9a  - determine whether a given triangle is a right triangle.  R.5
  8.9b  - solve for the unknown side length of a right triangle. 
R.1, R.2, R.4 
Quarter 2       
Unit 4   8.5 - use the relationships among vertical, adjacent, supplementary, and complementary angles to determine the measure of unknown angles.  O.13, O.14
  8.7a  - apply transformations (translation, reflections, and dilations) in the coordinate plane.  P.4, P.6, P.7, P.8, P.9, Q.2, Q.3
  8.7b  - identify practical applications of transformations  H.12, H.13
   8.8 - construct a three-dimensional figure when given the front, back, side, or top views.  S.2, S.3
 Unit 5  8.10 #1 - determine area of composite figures  T.2, T.3, T.4, T.5, T.6, T.7 
   8.10 #2 - determine perimeter of composite figures.  T.1, T.3, T.5, T.6, T.7
   8.6a - solve problems involving volume and surface area of cones and square-based pyramids.
T.8, T.9 (there are some triangle-based pyramids), T.11, T.13
Quarter 3 
 Unit 6 8.14b  - simplify algebraic expressions. V.13, V.16 
  8.17  - solve multistep linear equations and solve practical problems involving multistep linear equations.   W.1, W.2, W.3, W.8, W.9, W.10, W.11, W.12, W.13, W.14
   8.18 solve multistep linear inequalities and solve practical problems involving multistep inequalities.  X.1, X.6, X.7, X.8, X.9
Unit 7   8.16b - identify the slope and y-intercept of a linear function Y.1, Y.2, Y.4
   8.16c - identify the independent and dependent variables in a practical situation modeled by a linear function. Z.3
   8.16d - graph a linear function given the equation in y=mx+b form. Y.6
  8.16e  - make connections between and among representations of linear functions.  Y.6 - Y.12, Z.8 - Z.11, Z.13 - Z.15, Z.21
   8.15a - determine whether a given relation is a function.  Z.1
  8.15b - determine the domain and range of a function.  Z.22
Quarter 4      
Unit 8
 8.13b - make observations about data in scatterplots. CC.15, DD.8
  8.13c - use a drawing to estimate the line of best fit for data in a scatterplot.  DD.9
  8.12b - make observations and inferences about data represented in boxplots.  CC.14
  8.12c - compare and analyze two data sets using boxplots.  CC.14
  8.11a - compare and contrast the probability of independent and dependent events.  EE.7
  8.11b - determine probabilities for independent and dependent events.  EE.8