Adventures in Math

Real-world math and money activities from Regions and Scholastic.

Scholastic Gold Site Winner awardParents share a common goal in their desire to provide the best possible educational experience for their children.

At Regions, we commend and support that effort. It's why Regions formed a national partnership with Scholastic, an international educational leader helping children around the world to read and learn. We call it, "Adventures in Math: Real-world math and money activities."

We’re pleased to offer this age appropriate content for parents and teachers with children in kindergarten through 8th grades, and we encourage you to share it with your friends and family. Adventures in Math includes a variety of educational resources:

  • Fun, interactive digital savings games that challenge kids to make decisions about saving, giving and budgeting through interactive challenges
  • Lesson plans with corresponding student activity sheets that include exercises and quizzes reinforcing the importance of financial knowledge
  • Downloadable family activity sheets, Adventures in Math

For more useful information, check out our Life Stages advice section, where we regularly add articles that provide financial guidance, tips, intuitive calculators and money management suggestions for families and students.


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This information is provided for educational and general marketing purposes only and should not be construed as a recommendation or suggestion as to the advisability of acquiring, holding or disposing of a particular investment, nor should it be construed as a suggestion or indication that the particular investment or investment course of action described herein is appropriate for any specific retirement investor. In providing this communication, Regions is not undertaking to provide impartial investment advice or to give advice in a fiduciary capacity.