## Description

Join over 15 million teachers and students already using Prodigy to learn math for free! With over 900 crucial math skills for Grades 1 - 8, Prodigy is the perfect game for mastering mathematics both at home and at school.

All educational content in Prodigy is free, and will stay free forever! We only make money through a completely optional game upgrade, which only unlocks some extra content.

Aside from being the world's most engaging math game, Prodigy also has these great features, all of which are available for free:
1. Full alignment with key curricula (e.g., Common Core, Ontario, TEKS, MAFS)
2. Automatic assessment in-game for all students to place them in the correct grade
4. Embedded in-game formative, diagnostic, and summative assessments.

Each grade covers key mathematics topics that all students must master:
Grade 1 math: comparing numbers, addition to 20, counting, mixed operations, composing numbers, subtraction to 20, 2D shapes, data relationships, place value, addition to 100, ordering numbers, reading numbers, fractions, time, rounding, patterning, subtraction to 100.

Grade 2 math: data relationships, counting, subtraction to 100, addition to 1000, mixed operations, addition to 100, money, subtraction to 1000, 2D shapes, reading numbers, addition to 20, place value, subtraction to 20, comparing numbers, composing numbers, conversion, time, rounding, geometry.

Grade 3 math: multiplication, patterning, division, data relationships, fractions: equivalent, multiplication facts, mixed operations, fractions: represent, 2D shapes, fractions: comparing, division facts, measurement, subtraction to 1000, addition to 1000, rounding, conversion, time, area.

Grade 4 math: fractions: addition and subtraction, patterning, conversion, place value, mixed operations, division, addition to 1000, multiplication, rounding, measurement, fractions: equivalent, subtraction to 1000, data relationships, 2D shapes, fractions: comparing, fractions and decimals, decimals: comparing, factors, addition to 1000000, multiplying fractions, adding to 100, subtracting to 100, money, reading numbers, subtraction to 1,000,000, representing fractions, angles, representing decimals, time.

Grade 5 math: unit conversion, adding and subtracting fractions, multiplication, multiplying fractions, data relationships, dividing fractions, multiplying decimals, pattern rules, adding decimals, 3-digit division, 2d shapes: sides vertices and angles, decimals: place value, mixed operations, comparing fractions, comparing decimals, division: decimals, decimals: mixed operations, numerical expressions, 3D shapes: volume, place value, measurement, representing decimals, expressions and equations.

Grade 6 math: proportional relationships, expressions and equations, 3D shapes, adding decimals, variables, expressions, and equations, geometry, division, subtracting decimals to thousandths, ratios, dividing fractions, reciprocals, comparing rational numbers, evaluating exponents, data relationships, multiplying decimals to thousandths, unit rates, exponent rules, factors and multiples, dividing decimal numbers to tenths, mixed operations with decimals, addition, multiplication, measurement.

Grade 7 math: proportional relationships, probability, multiplying and dividing rational numbers, ratios, data relationships, adding and subtracting rational numbers, variables, expressions, and equations, unit rates, 2D shapes, linear expressions, representing rational numbers, geometry, 3D shapes, rational numbers: mixed operations, integers

Grade 8 math: geometry, linear expressions, expressions and equations, functions, evaluating exponents, exponent rules, scientific notation, data relationships, Pythagorean theorem, irrational numbers, unit rates, angles, statistics, 3D shapes, radicals, variables, expressions, and equations.

For a complete breakdown of all 900+ skills, please visit prodigygame.com/math/skills.

## What's New

Version 2.3.1

- Various bug fixes and performance improvements
- Support for iOS 9

## Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
14.3K Ratings
cooldawg26🐶

### Great Experience

I really liked this game. I thought it was fun and lighthearted. The pets are great and I love the faces that you can choose for your character. I think prodigy is a great learning experience. However the math questions are bit simple. It’s quite easy yet fun. I really like Prodigy and would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to learn math in a fun yet easy way. However the sad thing is is that I don’t agree with the memberships. I think it’s unfair especially since some people can’t afford memberships. Memberships put other people down. I disagree with the memberships. It’s unfair that members have to pay so much money just to be one of those important people in prodigy. It’s also unfair that they are the only ones I can have certain clothes or certain pets or certain hairstyles. I also think that you should put some of the communications back. I really liked the heart face and thought it was funny. When you took it off my whole class was disappointed. We love the heart face and thought it was really funny. You should definitely put the heart face back. In a nutshell I would recommend prodigy anybody who wants to learn math in a simple yet easy and fun way. In total I would read it four out of five stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Prodigy is a really great game despite it’s flaws. I love prodigy but I disagree with the memberships. Thank you to all those who take the time to program prodigy and make it special for us students.

Seti84aj

### Please change the characters back

Hello, I am a 5th grader and I love Prodigy. I've been playing Prodigy for about 4 years. One day, I logged on to Prodigy like usual. But then I saw the the character designs were completely messed up! I've read most of the other reviews to this game, and a lot of them want you to change the art style back, so please change it! It used to look way better before! My character is wearing the full Mira Shade set and it used to look so awesome on my character, but now it looks... less awesome!
Everyone in my class agrees that the old style looked way better too! If you don't want to completely remove the new art style, at least add an option that allows you to change between the new art and old art. Next, could you make it possible to change your Wizard Name? My character's name is Enzo Legendshade, and I think that you should be able to make it whatever you want like in some of the older versions. I also think you should remove some of the armors from the Twilight Wheel like the Mira set. Because some people like me have worked REALLY HARD to get to the top of the Dark Tower and beat Mira Shade, and then I go back to Lamplight and see some people prancing around with Mira's Hat and Mira's Robes, and they haven't even entered the Dark Tower before! And also please change the team numbers back to 5. I think that's all I want to say.

Memory Helper

### What is actually the point if the game?

As far as motivating children to practice math skills, this game is on top. The game will differentiate based on the child’s answer, steadily increasing in difficulty until the game figures out where the child’s math level is (1st - 8th). The game will also focus on specific skills planned out by the child’s teacher. The game will not teach new skills, but will review previously learned skills. (I do wish it did more to explain how they came up with the correct answers.)

However, this game shamelessly markets to its players to push a monthly or annual membership. After every challenge the child completes there is a reminder to purchase a membership. Key pieces of the game are unavailable until a membership is purchased, and they even go so far as to not allow you to wear or use armor you have earned because you are not a member. Each spell battle earns you gold that you are meant to buy things with in the game, but you can only buy certain things without a membership.

The child playing the game’s focus distinctly shifts from fun math review to buying pets, hairstyles and things (and then arguing with parents over purchasing a membership). A child could play for an entire day without ever completing a single math problem, which defeats the overall educational purpose of the game. If they could dial back the consumerism and the constant pressure - on Children - to get a membership this would be an excellent game.

## Information

Seller
SMARTeacher Inc
Size
10.8 MB
Category
Education
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence