Mathematics is a subject you cannot just skip and ignore. As one of the most highly valuable subjects at school in all levels, we can all agree that we learn Math because it can make a great impact on our future.

Sure, you may not need to solve calculus problems in an exam just to land your dream job, or use formulas just to decide what your next meal plan is going to be. You won’t need to multiply your way just to decorate your room or solve fractions just to hang the ornaments on your Christmas tree, but math can teach us more than just numbers and formulas.

  1. Why do students need to learn and be good at math?
  2. Math teaches students two important skills – critical thinking and problem-solving.
  3. Mathematics help students make better choices.
  4. Great math grades give you many advantages – landing a spot in a good school, have the opportunity to work in a great company and have the potential to earn higher salary wages thanks to the skills that come in handy in extreme situations and areas.
  5. Math makes the world a better place. Almost all of humanity’s greatest achievements involved mathematics. How do you think we are able to build a plane, more like fly one? How do you think we are able to go to outer space while defying earth’s gravity?
  6. Math also helps you with your budget, managing personal finances, banking, computing for your taxes and also investing.

How can we make Math a learning experience a child can look forward to?

  • Make it into a game. Everyone loves a good game, so why not use it to teach math? Kids and adults alike can be competitive at times, so we can use that as an advantage to teach Math without them realizing they are already learning.
  • Watch what comes out of your mouth. Words are a very powerful tool, so we, especially parents must be careful in what words are being said. Refrain from using words like “I’m never good at Math.” This only discourage kids, but may also trigger them to think since my parents are not great at Math, there’s no reason for me to strive harder since I’ll just be like my mom/dad.
  • Ask a teacher of the things or activities you can do at home to help stimulate a child’s interest in learning Math.
  • Let the kid’s screen time also be learning time. Look for videos and animations that subtly teaches Math while entertaining kids with visuals, songs and dances.
  • Show them how Math is applied in our daily lives. By cooking and baking, measurements are used to create great output, plus they get to learn about the Metric System. Using money to pay at the check out counter teaches kids about finances and money handling, also some basic calculations like addition and subtraction.

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