Good Math skills are imperative both in elementary and secondary school years. If students do not have rock-hard Math skills, they will have trouble understanding more advanced topics in school and will find it tough to solve Math problems. Students who lack basic Math skills find Math increasingly confusing and problematic. And this is the reason that children start to develop math anxiety. 

Practice makes a man perfect and the same rule applies in Math. The more students practices Math, the more efficient he/she can become in solving Math questions. A problem-solving approach gives student’s logical thinking as it helps them in constructing their own ideas about mathematics. It enhances a student’s skills and develops an intuition of solving math problems correctly.