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I'm organizing a new group buy in for Prodigy Math Game ... I'm looking for people to join. For those of you who are not familiar with this game, it's a great way to help kids become Math Wizards. You can get a FREE trial here: http:// https://www.prodigygame.com/ If you purchase a one year premium membership through Prodigy Math Game, the cost can be $59.88 per year or more. But if you purchase through our group buy in, the cost is only $15 USD or $20 Canadian dollars per child for a one year premium membership - a savings of over 70%. I am a document automation specialist by trade, and I have 3 kids who love the game. It would be costly for me to afford to buy memberships for all my children, so I organized my own group to help people purchase memberships ! If you are interested in joining the group purchase to save on membership, please visit my web page at http://www.prodigygroupbuy.com
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Vancouver , British Columbia - CA
So I did a group buy of Prodigy, was sent the code and set it up. But for some reason the game won't allow us to enter an answer into the box. I've tried it on my Mac and PC and it's the same problem. I called and emailed Prodigy on Thursday but no response so far :( Is this a bug or is it something I am doing wrong?
If anyone's kids are bored this summer, here's an idea mentioned by another poster a while ago. Prodigy math (I won't link -don't want to be accused of using the board for membership benefits) My kids call this game Poke-math. It's pretty much Pokemon with math problems. Kids have to "fight" monsters by beating them in a math problem. The math is not just easy stuff, but lots of different kinds of problems. Parents can see progress on the parent page and you can assign specific kinds of problems that you know your kid has issues with. Its more motivating than just 15 problems on a math worksheet. We are doing it for the summer only (probably). It's 8.99 a month or 54.99 for the year per kid. It could be expensive, but just for the summer, it's not bad. And so far for us, it's been worth it. Just an FYI. Hope it's helpful for someone :) -K