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Dear Parent/Guardian:

Make sure your child doesn’t lose learning during the summer! Prodigy has partnered with us to host an online AUSD Summer Math Tournament. What is Prodigy?

Prodigy is a free to use, K-8 curriculum-aligned, adaptive, online, RPG (Role Playing Game) MATH video game. Join 600,000 parents and over 28 million registered students throughout 2800+ school districts in using the game that will revolutionize the way your child learns math.

Featuring over 50,000 questions spanning Grades 1-8 in 6 different curricula, players will get to watch their own wizard grow stronger, learn new spells and acquire new equipment while facing ever more powerful opponents, all by answering math questions.

Create a FREE parent account, and your dashboard will provide you an overview of your child's use, the grade level they're currently working at, the number of questions they’ve answered, performance by math topic, and grade mastery). As a parent, you can even reward your child within Prodigy for achieving personalized goals!


How to Create a Student Account (if your child doesn’t already have one):

1. Go to Prodigy Game

2. Click on 'Play Prodigy'

3. Click on 'New Student'

4. Immediately you will be asked to enter 'Class Code'. Please enter 'Class Code' if you you have received one from your teacher. Once you enter class code you will be prompted to enter first name and last name initial. Then create and retype your password. You will then be asked to choose where you are playing Prodigy from so please select country or state that applies to you. Lastly, you need to choose which grade you are in and your account will be created!

5. If you don't have a 'Class Code' and want to play from home, just skip step 3 & 4 and move directly to step 6.

6. Click on "Playing at home? Click here!"

7. Enter any parent email by getting that information from your parent/parents

8. Enter your first name and last name initial

9. Create and retype password

10. Choose grade you are in and your account will be created!

Best wishes for fun summer learning!

More Summer Learning Websites

(Note: AUSD recommends the free versions of programs. Use at your discretion.)

Also look at your school’s Library/Media Center webpage for recommended learning sites.




Math fact cafe

Super Kids Math




Fun Brain


Read works

Unite for Literacy



Scale of Universe

Zygote body

Science News for Students



Kids Learn 2 Type

BBC Guides


Multiple Subjects


Learning Games for Kids


Alameda Library Summer Reading Program (All ages)  June 1 – July 31

A variety of great prizes can be earned. Sign up using the Beanstack link.  

(If you signed up last year, there is no need to re-register.)

Alameda Free Children's Service Reading Programs

The library’s Family Fun day is June 8 at the Main Branch.

AUSD Math Tournament with Prodigy game (Gr. 1-8)  June 1-August 19


How to Create a Parent Account

Setting Goals for your student