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Prodigy Math can boost student achievement

Students with heavy use of Prodigy vastly outperformed those that didn’t use Prodigy in a study of end-of-year results in California.

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Prodigy Math - A research-based, standards-aligned math practice tool

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How Prodigy creates math content

The team of Education Specialists who create the math content are former educators.

Together, they regularly create content — researching learning standards and building content down into bite-sized skills that students can practice on their way to master learning.

Using their experience as classroom educators, they develop question hints and video lessons to ensure students receive accessible and appropriate scaffolding and content rigor.

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Prodigy covers hundreds of math skills

Prodigy offers 1,500+ math skills ranging from first- to third-level DOK. On the lower end, students practice fluency and knowledge of basic concepts and routine procedures. On the higher end, they interpret and understand what the question is asking.

Educators and parents can use Prodigy as they work to support learners' understanding of the underlying math principles to ensure students don’t just grasp new knowledge — but learn to apply it, too.

Prodigy English

Built on research-based principles from the ground up

When it came time for Prodigy to design a second game, it came naturally for us to take a research-first approach. Starting with the Language and Reading threads within Common Core standards, Prodigy English is powered by the idea that digital games help students learn content and also increase their motivation.

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Data-driven, evidence-based

We've done our homework – here's what our research has found

Here's what teachers are saying

"Students are most confident because of the extra practice they received with Prodigy. My students typically score higher than others on district screeners and math benchmarks because I am able to individualize and differentiate instruction using the Prodigy reports."

Kimberly Martin

Math Interventionist and 2nd Grade Teacher, Wisconsin

"I've seen a 45% increase in my standardized testing scores thanks to playing at least 25 minutes a day in Prodigy. The bulk of their Prodigy time is in the morning when their mind is still fresh for learning and it also helps them get settled in for the rest of the day's learning."

Clayton Carr

3rd Grade Teacher, Indiana

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"Struggling students love Prodigy. They think they're playing a game, but in reality, they are learning and practicing. Some of my heaviest users of Prodigy have become my best students. There is a positive correlation between Prodigy usage and student performance."

Jezer Urena

4th Grade Teacher, Texas

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