Are you a teacher who loves using Prodigy in your classroom? We want to connect with you!
Teaching important math concepts to set students up for a successful year becomes much easier when they’re engaged with what they’re learning.
Luckily, you can boost engagement during October with Pumpkinfest — Prodigy’s annual in-game fall festival!
This exclusive event begins Oct. 1, and lasts all month. Pumpkinfest has tons of fun features to entice players, which means you can ensure lots of curriculum-aligned math practice.
Brace yourselves, Prodigy players and parents, for a spook-tacular event coming to Lamplight Town.
That’s right — Pumpkinfest is here again!
For the entire month of October, this exclusive festival will be available in-game for all players to enjoy. We’ve got all the details for you to share with your child, to get them excited to play more Prodigy (and practice more math) this October.
Attention Prodigy players of all ages: the Starlight Festival has come to town! ✨
The Starlight Festival is a special event available for at-home players during the month of June that indulges their love for adventure and asks them to help Mama Star gather star shards for her collection.
Nothing quite compares to that feeling of accomplishment at the end of every school year.
You tirelessly deliver skill-building content to students every day — and as the year wraps up, you get to see all your hard work paid off.
So, why do students seem underprepared when they return the following school year?
Summer learning loss studies have found students can lose more than a month of academic learning from the previous school year. What’s worse, this decline happens more in math skills than any other subject.
Luckily, kids can practice math on Prodigy all summer — preventing summer learning loss and possibly even improving their math skills!
I want to use Prodigy Maths but don’t have a computer for every child in my class. How can I effectively implement technology in my classroom?
☝️ Despite technology becoming more ingrained in 21st century classrooms, this is a common concern many teachers share.
However, if you’re in a school with low supply of information and communications technology (ICT) — a reality you believe is negatively affecting pupil learning — there are still ways to use Prodigy Maths in your classroom!
Determining student comprehension as you teach facilitates effective instruction, but delivering and evaluating formative assessments can be a time drain.
To simplify this process, you can deliver formative assessments through Prodigy Math’s engaging game-based learning environment. And you’ll automatically track results within your teacher account!