Description: The article is about prodigy login. This is an introduction about Prodigy. The author shows how to connect your account to your children’s account on Prodigy. He also introduces some great features you can use on Prodigy.
I want to touch base with you about the math homework that I’m giving on prodigy. You can connect your account to see the progress of your child. I’m going to show you the cool features of Prodigy and how to use them. First, you need to log on to prodigy game.com, when you get there, you need to select get your free account button.
From there, you can select parent button, you’re going to create your own account with your name, your email and your password. Once you create your account, you’ll find a screen that looks like this, you can add your kid to your account. You can select add your kid, you are going to put in their username and password so you can find that out from your child or you can send me a message.
I will let you know how to do that. Once I’m here, you’ll see your child shows up in this dashboard area. You can view your progress. If you have another child who use prodigy, you could add him. If they’re in another classroom, we’ll view the students progress. You can see all the data that comes in from prodigy. We can see that this student has 100% with decimals in addition to 20.
The prodigy gives all the kids a pretest when they start playing, it tries to identify the areas of needs they need, it adapts to their specific needs and problems that they need to practice on. The student is working on 3 shapes mixed operations decimals and decimals with subtraction which are all grade level 5.
You can see how often the student is working on prodigy at home and in class. This student has done 33 problems. I’m at home in 26 problems in class, that was on Monday. On Tuesday, the student did 18 problems, he did 11 problems in class on Wednesday.
If you want to get a more detailed report, you can click full view to see full report. Another cool feature is the reports section. They can click view reports. You can see their weekly activity, the topic coverage and the usage.
The main one I want to focus on is the weekly activity, you can always check this to make sure that they’re doing their homework, you can make sure that they’re completing 50 problems a week before Friday. You can look at their topic coverage.
This is a cool feature. You can see the things that your child has worked on, you can also see what areas your child needs to work on. This student has mastered two place-value concepts, you can see the sample problems if you click on sample question.
You can see the problems that they were given. We need a little help. We’re struggling a little bit. You can see what types of problems they’re struggling with. These are rounding problems on a number line. It’s a good snapshot of where your child is and what they need. I hope this is helpful, I hope you can create an account for your child successfully.