For Teachers

For Parents

Maths Practice App

Prodigy Math Game

Price: Android - Free iPhone/iPad - Free

Teacher Overview

Prodigy is a free, curriculum-aligned, fantasy-based math game used by more than a million teachers, three million parents, and 50 million students around the world. It offers content from every major math topic and covers 1,300+ skills from 1st to 8th grade, as well as DoK levels one to three!

Teacher Review

Prodigy is a free, selfpaced math game that is curriculum-aligned for grades 1-8. As players compete in math duels against in-game characters, it borrows elements from role-playing games (RPGs) such as Pokemon. To win, they must answer sets of questions.

As a teacher, you can customize these questions to supplement class material. The game also uses adaptive learning and differentiated instruction principles to adjust content, addressing each student’s trouble spots.
Prodigy also features powerful and immediate reporting tools for both teachers and parents. From Progress Reports to Usage Reports and more, use your student or child’s data to identify where they’re excelling or struggling so you can customize the content in game for them. 
Kids can learn about and practice essential math skills, which are dependent on the grade level selected at the start of the game. For example, first-graders practice comparing and ordering two-digit numbers, adding to 20, using place value through tens, and much more. Eighth-graders work with linear expressions, equations, functions, irrational numbers, and more. The game aligns with various curricula, hitting Common Core math standards and Texas and Florida state standards.
One of the more favorable features of the game from a learning perspective is the automatic differentiation. Math questions are generated based on previous performance. And, when kids get something wrong, instructional feedback is provided. Although the gaming aspect can be quite engaging for many kids, sometimes the math gets a little lost. A lot of time can pass between skills questions, and the focus is often on earning coins, treasures, pets, and other rewards. If kids are able to wade through all of that, they can get plenty of math practice when they aren't battling monsters and completing quests.
Premium members advance beyond their grade level in a matter of months by tackling more math challenges to level up and receive special awards. They answer more math questions as they explore additional worlds and receive exclusive in-game benefits such as items, gear and prizes. 
The results from their research suggest that along with classroom instruction and proper implementation, Prodigy’s game-based approach to learning can have a positive impact on standardized test scores!

Teacher Certification

Teacher RatingTeacher Rating for the app

SubjectSubject Category of the app

SafeguardingApp Advertising or In-App Purchases


Prodigy Math Game App - 1
Prodigy Math Game App - 2
Prodigy Math Game App - 3
Prodigy Math Game App - 4
Prodigy Math Game App - 5

Developer 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
3. 24/7 Real-time reporting
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

Read More Less