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## What are the different ways on how do you make math subject engaging?

Real-world applications. Make sure students know how math applies to everyday life. Come up with story problems that show them how math can be used in situations they are interested in. **Use sports, dance and video games** as a way to draw students in to the math learning and application process.

## How can I make math more fun?

**20 Totally Fun Ways to Practice Math Facts**

- Face off in Dice War. Dice games are fantastic in the classroom! …
- Assemble math facts grab bags. …
- Play Shut the Box. …
- Play math facts war. …
- Turn an egg carton into a problem generator. …
- Assemble a domino puzzle. …
- Circle math facts in a Number Search. …
- Use flashcards to play Fifteen in a Row.

## How can weak students improve in maths?

**What the Teachers Recommend**

- Build confidence. …
- Encourage questioning and make space for curiosity. …
- Emphasize conceptual understanding over procedure. …
- Provide authentic problems that increase students’ drive to engage with math. …
- Share positive attitudes about math.

## Why is mathematics so boring?

Maths can fast become boring **because it’s often too abstract and doesn’t relate to a kid’s current everyday experience**. Everyone has interests — things they feel passionate about. … Making maths relevant to young kids is about tapping into their interests.

## What math should a 10 year old know?

Children at this age can **add and subtract up to four digit numbers**. They can read to 9999 as well as count to this number, record and order four digit numbers from largest to smallest (descending) and smallest to largest (ascending).

## How do I make maths stronger?

**10 Tips for Math Success**

- Do all of the homework. Don’t ever think of homework as a choice. …
- Fight not to miss class. …
- Find a friend to be your study partner. …
- Establish a good relationship with the teacher. …
- Analyze and understand every mistake. …
- Get help fast. …
- Don’t swallow your questions. …
- Basic skills are essential.

## Why do people hate maths?

**The lack of engagement with mathematical concepts** is another factor that influences why students hate math. After introducing the topic area, getting students to interact with the material is the hardest part.

## Why do students fail maths?

Student’s however contributed immensely to mass failure of Mathematics due to **apathy or hatred for the subject**; Laziness/Lazy attitude to studying the subject; Seeing the subject as abstract or non-practicable; Working in isolation or neglecting group studies; Having a negative attitude towards the subject or the …