Amazing pets, epic battles and … math practice? That’s Prodigy, the no-cost math game where kids can earn prizes, go on quests and play with friends — all while learning math.
With Prodigy math homework is disguised as a video-game. Loved by over a million teachers and 50 million students around the world, kids have fun and get rewards by correctly answering skill-building math questions. The best part? All of our educational content is completely zero cost.
Math practice used to be a struggle — but not anymore. With Prodigy it’s easy to learn math!
Customized to your kids needs:
We know that every student faces unique challenges when it comes to math learning. That’s why:
• Content is tailored to every player’s strengths and weaknesses. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and many more skills are embedded into the game. Our proprietary algorithms adapt the questions to suit your child’s learning needs.
• Math questions are fully aligned with state-level curricula, including Common Core and TEKS, so Prodigy is always connected to the classroom. 1st grade math, 2nd grade math, 3rd grade math all the way up to grade 8 are customized to align to region, district and school board.
• 1,400 available skills give students the chance to learn more and keep growing. Other math games for kids stop at easy addition and subtraction. We go far beyond grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 and provide comprehensive math education past grade 4 all the way to grade 8.
For a full list of the math skills Prodigy supports, visit prodigygame.com/math/skills.
Every child’s privacy and safety is important to us. We don’t just say that - we’ve achieved:
iKeepSafe FERPA Certification
iKeepSafe COPPA Safe Harbor Certification
A 2018 Top Pick for Learning from Common Sense Education
One of the American Association of School Librarians’ Best Websites for Teaching and Learning 2018
Connect a free parent account today to:
•See what math practice your child is working on
•Monitor your child’s understanding and progress with dashboards that show the specific math concepts your child excels at, and where they struggle
•Set goals and give rewards to encourage even more math practice!
To sign up for your free parent account, visit prodigygame.com.
Here’s what teachers are saying about Prodigy:
“I have seen students who were apprehensive about math open up and begin to enjoy working on their skills. I have also seen struggling students make improvements with as little as 10 minutes each day.”
5th grade teacher
“I have students who will tell me a new concept is easy because they have already learned how to do it on Prodigy.”
4th grade teacher
>>Want your child to learn more?<<
With Prodigy you can turn screen-time into education time. Premium members level up faster, spend more time answering math questions and get exclusive access to pets, member-only game areas and extra rewards. To sign up today, visit prodigygame.com/membership.
Don’t want a membership just yet? All of our educational content is zero cost and always will be.
To learn more about Prodigy and to get started, visit www.prodigygame.com.
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I really liked this game. I thought it was fun and lighthearted. The pets are great and I love the faces that you can choose for your character. I think prodigy is a great learning experience. However the math questions are bit simple. It’s quite easy yet fun. I really like Prodigy and would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to learn math in a fun yet easy way. However the sad thing is is that I don’t agree with the memberships. I think it’s unfair especially since some people can’t afford memberships. Memberships put other people down. I disagree with the memberships. It’s unfair that members have to pay so much money just to be one of those important people in prodigy. It’s also unfair that they are the only ones I can have certain clothes or certain pets or certain hairstyles. I also think that you should put some of the communications back. I really liked the heart face and thought it was funny. When you took it off my whole class was disappointed. We love the heart face and thought it was really funny. You should definitely put the heart face back. In a nutshell I would recommend prodigy anybody who wants to learn math in a simple yet easy and fun way. In total I would read it four out of five stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Prodigy is a really great game despite it’s flaws. I love prodigy but I disagree with the memberships. Thank you to all those who take the time to program prodigy and make it special for us students.
I love it but one major glitch/problem
*Spoiler Alert* I was introduced to the game from my teacher. It is super educational and even learned a few stuff that my class would learn two years later. I loved it and played it along with my class at computer lab time. However, I had to log off while I was battling the earth titan. Then, later I logged back in only to discover that I can’t battle the titan anymore. Flora is no help. She’s all, “well done!” and drops no clue what to do or even if I am on the titan quest. The strange thing is, when my friends see my status in the earth stone quest, it says that I am finished. Since I couldn't do anything about it, I just went along and earned the others. Then the academy open and now I could restore the stones. But I had to do the earth stone first. But I did not have the stone. So now I am going nowhere. I tried going back to the place again, although it is not clear cause it happened years ago, but no luck. The titan did not rumble, and I was constantly disturbed by other monsters. Also, when I battle one and defeat it, another picks a fight with me. While I am preoccupied with that guy, the other heals, and I only make it to three defeated monsters before one recover and picks a fight with me again. Flora does not help. How do I get out of this mess? How do I fix it so I earn the earth crystal? HOW DO I FIX THE ACADEMY BRIDGE AND DEFEAT THE PUPPET MASTER?!! Please help me. Thank You.
What is actually the point if the game?
As far as motivating children to practice math skills, this game is on top. The game will differentiate based on the child’s answer, steadily increasing in difficulty until the game figures out where the child’s math level is (1st - 8th). The game will also focus on specific skills planned out by the child’s teacher. The game will not teach new skills, but will review previously learned skills. (I do wish it did more to explain how they came up with the correct answers.)
However, this game shamelessly markets to its players to push a monthly or annual membership. After every challenge the child completes there is a reminder to purchase a membership. Key pieces of the game are unavailable until a membership is purchased, and they even go so far as to not allow you to wear or use armor you have earned because you are not a member. Each spell battle earns you gold that you are meant to buy things with in the game, but you can only buy certain things without a membership.
The child playing the game’s focus distinctly shifts from fun math review to buying pets, hairstyles and things (and then arguing with parents over purchasing a membership). A child could play for an entire day without ever completing a single math problem, which defeats the overall educational purpose of the game. If they could dial back the consumerism and the constant pressure - on Children - to get a membership this would be an excellent game.
- SMARTeacher Inc
- 90 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2020 SMARTeacher Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.