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Learning is a Gift with Prodigy Education

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Learning is a gift. I’ve always said that. I loved learning when I was a kid, but I knew a lot of kids who didn’t. When I became a mom, I wanted to ensure that my kids loved learning, so I did my best to make sure that they had fun discovering and learning as early as possible. Cut to the year of 2020, learning, and especially having to homeschool them has definitely become a challenge. I’m sure not only for my children, but for many of yours as well. For months now, I’ve been searching for fun and unique ways to get them excited again. 

I recently discovered Prodigy Education, a free, adaptive math game that integrates curriculum-aligned math into a fantasy game that makes it fun for students from grades 1st through 8th to learn math. It’s a web-based game, which means it can be accessed at school and at home on practically any device.

Throughout the game, students must correctly answer skill-building math questions in order to advance the game by completing epic quests and earning exciting rewards and exotic pets that they can collect. What makes this game so unique, aside from its approach to making learning fun, is its adaptive algorithm that monitors your child’s progress and makes the game progressively more challenging, building off of what the kids have learned previously. This ensures that the game remains engaging and fun, with new skill for the kids to master. The girls absolutely love playing!

There’s another huge plus to Prodigy. In addition to its math game, it offers Prodigy Math Tutors. These certified teachers adapt their style and lessons to the needs of their specific students, ensuring that kids get the help that they need and that’s tailored to their specific learning styles.

Right off the bat, you can see that this is a great way to enrich your child’s school learning, but with so many schools having closed due to COVID, Prodigy Education also makes an excellent tool in homeschooling and remote learning applications, as well. It’s the perfect combination of fun and learning, making screen time both fun and productive for the kids and keeping them sharp – and busy – over the holiday season.

With Christmas break happening right now, it’s the perfect time to give the gift of learning with Prodigy Education. Its unique approach to making learning fun, interactive, and adaptive is the perfect thing for kids this holiday season because learning is a gift.

 

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17 thoughts on “Learning is a Gift with Prodigy Education”

  1. That is such a great idea to make learning fun. As a huge gamer, I know I would have loved something like this when I was a kid. I HATED math, but if it had been mixed in with quests and things, it might have been a different story.

  2. What a smart way to make learning fun for the kids! They always love screen time and video games. Combining those two things with intelligent learning software seems like a win/win to me.

  3. Wow this seems like a great learning tool for children indeed. Good thing Prodigy Education exists and it will be surely helpful during this pandemic.

  4. I’ve been looking for new tools to give to my niece since I do not have any children of my own, to enhance her at home learning experience! I think I will give Prodigy learning a try! Seems like a great interactive tool!

  5. Wow! This is nice. Math is one of the challenging subjects to teach. Thus, being able to translate it into a game would be great. Thank you for sharing this. Will check out Prodigy Education.

  6. Erik the Hungry Traveller

    With how kids interact nowadays this is the perfect tool to maximize and engage them to learn.

  7. Blair Villanueva

    Learning while being entertained is the best experience that a game could give. Whoever created this game is such a genius. This is Mamma’s-approved!

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