Prodigy’s #FeedbackFriday Contest

2015 started off great for Angela Scullion, the lucky Prodigy user who won a free iPad through our Holiday Giveaway Contest! Congratulations Angela Scullion and thank you to everyone who participated.


We received tons of great feedback from many of you (and even your students!) in 2014 and we want to make sure we hear even more in 2015! Your feedback is greatly appreciated, because Prodigy is designed to help you. We want to ensure that we continue to provide you with the most useful and beneficial, curriculum-aligned math program possible. We will continue to use your feedback to develop new features and refine our current program.

To get the proverbial ball rolling in 2015, we want to start with a giveaway! Share your Prodigy feedback on Twitter and you and your class will be entered into a weekly membership giveaway!

Twitter Feedback Contest

Contest Details:

To enter our weekly membership giveaway, tweet @ProdigyGame with the hashtag #MyProdigyMath and share what you love about Prodigy. Every Friday in January we will be sharing your feedback in our weekly #FeedbackFriday post on our blog and announcing the winning class.[i]

Much of the growth we experienced in 2014 can be attributed to educators like yourselves, who saw the impact Prodigy had on student engagement and overall attitude towards math. Thank you for your continued support and be sure to keep an eye out for new teacher tools and game features this year!

The Prodigy Team

[i] Tweet up to three times per week for a maximum of 3 entries into the weekly draw. Each student in the winning classes will receiveĀ a free one month Prodigy membership for up to 35 students. Contest starts January 12th, 2015 and will run for 3 weeks. Winners will be announced each Friday.


2 thoughts on “Prodigy’s #FeedbackFriday Contest

  1. We love Prodigy Math at St. Bernadette! My daughter brought home the website link from her school in the Halton Catholic Board. Once I checked it out, I thought I have to get my class in on this! My students absolutely love Prodigy. They have so much fun playing the game, they don’t even consider it work! And it’s free! That’s amazing! I introduced to all the teachers at my school and now lots of students are playing Proidgy. #MyProdigyMath #FeedbackFriday

  2. My students love Prodigy. Their scores on STAR math has, without fail, improved. My granddaughter is in one of my classes and she has asked to have a paid membership, she loves the games so much. It would be terrific if the students I have who are unable to afford the expanded games could be given the opportunity to work through those, as well.

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