Scholastic and Regions Bank Join Forces to Teach Kids About Financial Literacy

Research shows that kid’s money habits are formed by age 7, and tots as young as 3 years old can grasp basic saving and spending concepts. But financial illiteracy in America remains widespread, and many schools still don’t have a curriculum for it.

Announced today, Regions Bank has extended its partnership with global education company Scholastic by providing new material for kindergarten to second grade students and enhancing tools for third through fifth graders, now available at

Through Digital games challenging students to make decisions about saving, giving and budgeting, to Activity Sheets and e-magazines, Regions and Scholastic are enabling educators to teach life skills to kids in a way that they enjoy learning.

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