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Math Skills & Curriculum Standards

Prodigy Math Game features more than 1,500 mathematical skills, aligned with curriculum standards for grades 1 to 8.

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Prodigy's curriculum coverage

As students play Prodigy Math Game, curriculum-aligned math questions adapt to match their individual progress. Prodigy offers an engaging in-game experience while students practice important math skills required for their grade level.

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  • Students answer skill-building math questions in an engaging online environment.

  • Teachers can ensure classroom alignment and differentiate in-game content for student needs.

  • Parents can feel confident their child has the support they need to thrive in their learning journey.

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Align what students see in Prodigy with the math content you're teaching.

Search Standard Codes to easily create Plans that align with your curriculum. Then set an Assignment to choose the exact skills you want each of your students to practice. 

Teachers are talking about Prodigy’s curriculum alignment

"I use Prodigy Math Game as an individualized intervention for my students. I love that I can assign different topics to specific students."

Melissa Corney

1st grade teacher, Virginia

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"Students are more confident because of the extra practice they receive with Prodigy Math Game. My students typically score higher on math benchmarks because I’m able to differentiate instruction using the Prodigy reports!"

Kimberly Martin

2nd grade and math intervention teacher, Wisconsin

"Prodigy is by far, the most engaging, flexible, student and teacher friendly math program I have ever encountered. Nothing else produces the data, supports the curriculum, addresses the variety of levels and skills, all the while being epically fun!"

Jane Bryson

4th grade teacher, Illinois

Transform learning with Prodigy Math Game

Motivate students to have fun as they practice curriculum-aligned math skills. Ready to get started?

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