Exploring Your Issue

From interactive games to skill-building activity sheets, Scholastic MATH offers a wealth of teaching resources to help you meet your most important instructional goals.

With each subscription, you get:

Print and Digital Editions

Your subscription includes eight print magazines sent to your classroom throughout the school year plus access to Scholastic MATH Digital at scholastic.com/math.

Digital Resource Guide

Each issue of Scholastic MATH includes a Digital Resource Guide with helpful tools for teaching with the magazine in your classroom. Inside, you’ll find a lesson plan for each feature article with guided math instruction. Each lesson plan includes differentiation tips for lessons, STEM connections, clear standards correlations, and much more. Here’s where you can download the Digital Resource Guide for the latest issue.

Skill-Building Activity Sheets

Each issue of Scholastic MATH includes more than 10 printable or projectable standards-aligned skills sheets for reinforcing skills and building fluency. The PDFs are easy to print or assign through Google Classroom or other learning management systems. For more information about skills sheets and where to find them, click here

Google Quizzes

Each feature article includes a customizable digital form of the questions that you can assign with your Google Classroom account. Best of all, it’s scored automatically for you! To learn more about using Google Quizzes, click here.

Blank Answer Sheets

Don’t use Google? We also provide blank answer sheets for all of the problems in each issue. Have your students show all of their work so you can better evaluate their understanding of the math skills. 

Answer Key

We’ve got you covered! We show the steps we used to solve each problem in our answer keys. You can find an answer key for the student edition and skills sheets inside the Digital Resource Guide as well as here.

Differentiation Tools

Use Scholastic MATH’s many differentiation tools to customize instruction for a variety of learners. These include knowledge-building videos with closed-captioning, leveled texts, and much more. Find out more here.

Interactive Games

Students can play interactive games to review skills and build knowledge. Click here to access a full game archive, which is sortable by skill.


Instantly capture students’ attention with engaging, ad-free videos that include the option for closed-captioning. These include article-related videos or instructional math videos. Learn more here.


Scholastic MATH supports math standards at both the state and national levels, including Common Core state Standards (CCSS) for mathematics, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards, and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Additionally, nonfiction reading and lesson prompts in Scholastic MATH help you incorporate literacy skills in the math classroom. For more information, click here. And refer to the Digital Resource Guide for specific standards covered in each issue.


Help students build both their conceptual understanding of math and their reading skills with our generic and adaptable templates. These math and literacy skills sheets include blank circle graphs, fraction models, graphic organizers, and more to support your teaching efforts and save time. To access these skills sheets, click here.

Text Sets

Text sets are specially curated collections of articles, videos, games, and skills sheets based around a theme or skill. Theme sets include topics such as character education, sports, women in STEM, and more. Skill sets include concepts such as place value, fraction operations, and word problem strategies. You can find text sets here.