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Make learning fun, adaptive and insightful

Engage students, differentiate content and discover learning insights with Prodigy's game-based learning platform for math and English. Get started in just a few quick clicks!

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Available at no cost for teachers or schools

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Endless engagement. Adaptive content. Standards-aligned.

Millions of teachers use Prodigy to skyrocket engagement, differentiate instruction and help students enjoy learning!

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Engage your students with two unique, game-based worlds where they’ll be inspired to pursue their very own learning adventure.

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Easily differentiate and let our adaptive algorithm highlight areas of progress – no grading necessary.

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Confidently deliver content in math and English that aligns with your classroom and curriculum standards.

Did you know...?

Students at Clifton Public Schools in New Jersey mastered 68% more math skills in 2019-20 on average when they used Prodigy Math compared to 2018-19.

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How Prodigy works

Boost engagement in your classroom with two captivating learning games.

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Students play Prodigy games

In Prodigy Math, students are wizards engaged in epic math battles. In Prodigy English, students collect and harvest resources to build their very own world.

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Students answer in-game questions

As they battle or build, students answer questions to progress. All question content is teacher-made and is delivered through our adaptive algorithm. 

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Teachers motivate & track learning

As they play, student data appears in your teacher dashboard, which will help empower you to better understand your students' needs and deliver assessments.

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Aligned to your curriculum

With over 1,500 teacher-made skills, Prodigy Math covers content from 1st to 8th grade. Prodigy English supports learning from 1st to 6th grade, with more skills on the way!

Prodigy helps teachers save time

We’ve got your back. Our dashboard lets you manage two subjects in one easy-to-use platform. Spend less time on admin and more time doing what you do best: teaching.

Prodigy integrates with Google Classroom and Clever

Classroom creation as easy as 1,2,3

Getting your class started on Prodigy is a breeze. Create your teacher account with Google Classroom, Clever or email and add students in less than 3 minutes. Connect parents with their own accounts for even more at-home learning support.

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Set assignments in just a few clicks

The Assessments tool allows you to easily plan and deliver assignments in class or at home. Plus, use your Student Leaderboard for extra insights into every student's individual progress in math and English.

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Student data, simplified

Get an at-a-glance look at student progress in your teacher dashboard or dive in deeper with one of our personalized reports. 

Use Prodigy’s real-time data to track student achievement, make important teaching decisions and support student learning at every point in the school year.

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Here's what teachers say about Prodigy

"Prodigy Math Game is a game-changer in math! Kids remain engaged and want to play more. Many of them will play at home after school."

Daniela Sutton

4th grade teacher, Ohio

"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

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