Kandi Korn's Trick or Tournament
Make math a spook-tacular adventure — no matter where students are learning from! From October 5 to October 23, 2020, your students can play Prodigy Math Game and work together to earn exciting prizes.Enter now
Prizes are awarded based on the average questions answered per active student in your class for the entire tournament period.
- First place: 4-month Prodigy Premium Memberships and certificates for all your students + a $50 gift-card of your choice
- Second place: 3-month Prodigy Premium Memberships and certificates for all of your students + a $20 gift-card of your choice
- Third place: 2-month Prodigy Premium Memberships and certificates for all of your students + a $10 gift-card of your choice
For more details, please read the full tournament rules.
Get students learning more today
Whether students are playing in the classroom or at the kitchen table, getting your class involved is easy. Just fill out our sign-up form!
And if you want to get more students practicing math skills, send the form to other teachers in your school and share the fun!
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the tournament period?
Kandi Korn’s Trick or Tournament runs from October 5 to October 23, 2020, including weekends. Students are encouraged to play at school and at home!
My students are learning remotely. Can they still participate?
Of course! Prodigy Math Game is perfect for students learning at home, in the classroom or both. Every question students answer counts towards your class’s average, no matter where students are playing.
How do I find my class code?
You can find your unique class code in your Prodigy teacher dashboard.
Simply log in to your teacher account here and look for the list of classrooms on the left-hand menu. Each classroom will have a unique class code listed underneath. When you’re filling out the form, please remember that class codes are case sensitive.
Note: If you're logging into Prodigy with Clever, please follow the instruction in the registration form and use your email and class name instead.
I log in with Clever and don't have a class code. How do I sign up?
No class code? No problem! You can register using your class name and the email associated with your Prodigy teacher account. Remember, these class names must be unique if you're registering more than one class.
How do I know if my class is registered?
If you submitted your class code(s) through the tournament sign-up form and confirmed you entered it correctly, you’re signed up! We’ll take care of the rest.
Note: You must have at least 5 active students during the tournament period in order to participate and appear on the leaderboard. An active student is a player who answers at least 100 questions on a weekly basis.
I have multiple classes. How do I register all of them?
To register multiple classes, simply register each class code individually within the sign-up form (class codes must be entered in all caps). You can register as many of your classes as you’d like to! Give each class a fun name to help you easily find your score on the leaderboard.
Note: Only one class code may be submitted per entry, but you can complete the sign-up form as many times as you’d like in order to register multiple classes.
How can I view the leaderboard?
You can find the tournament leaderboard here once the tournament has begun. It will automatically update daily, so be sure to have it handy throughout the tournament period.
You’ll be able to view an overall leaderboard for all participating classes, as well as three additional leaderboards that display standings per grade bracket (Grades/Years 1-2, 3-5, 6-8).
Remember, the leaderboard is always 24 hours behind – so today's data will be visible tomorrow. Tournament data is updated every day at 10:00am EDT.
Does anything change for my participating students in-game?
Nope! Once you’re signed up for the tournament, nothing will change for your students in-game, They simply need to continue playing Prodigy as usual.
The only difference is that we’ll be tracking your class data through Prodigy Champions Club during the tournament period.
How is my class's score calculated?
Your score is based on the average questions answered per active student in your class. An active student is a player who answers at least 100 questions on a weekly basis. This means your students will need to work together as a team to build up a high average for your class!
We’ll also take a look at the highest overall accuracy across all grade brackets as a bonus prize for this tournament. Your class will be displayed on the accuracy leaderboard once 5 active students in your class have successfully answered 100 questions each week.
I have less than five students. How can I participate?
To make things fair, you will need at least 5 active students in your class in order to participate. If you have less than 5 students, don’t worry — you can still participate by temporarily adding students from a different class into yours until you have 5 active students. After the tournament is over, just remove the extra students from your class!
An active student is a player who answers at least 100 questions on a weekly basis.
Find out how to add students to your class here.
Note: Adding a student to your class won’t remove that student from their current class. They’ll simply join your class as well!
Can I invite other classes from my school to participate?
Yes! If you have another class at your school that wants to participate in the tournament, they’re more than welcome to. Simply sign up their class for them using the tournament sign-up form or send the form to them.
Be sure to share the leaderboard with them, too, as well as any printable tournament materials.
My class's score on the leaderboard is incorrect. What do I do?
The leaderboard displays the average questions answered per active student in your class — so at least 5 active students will need to work together to build up your overall average. An active student is a player who answers at least 100 questions on a weekly basis.
Also, remember that the leaderboard is always 24 hours behind, and updates daily at 10:00am EDT. Check back every day to see yesterday’s results!
Which Prodigy report can I use to track my class's progress?
Use the Student Usage report to track your class’s progress. Simply tally up the total questions answered at home and at school, then calculate the overall average per student for the selected time period.