May 19, 2016 in

### How To Remember Your Times Tables

Six in every ten Americans report having difficulty solving some type of math, and 30 percent of Americans say they would rather clean the bathroom than solve a math problem.
Yet 93 percent of Americans say that developing good math skills is crucial to having a successful life.
So why would anyone dislike something that brings success?
Most Americans develop their attitudes about math from others. For example, if parents don't enjoy math, they may pass that attitude forward to children.
Perhaps parents or teachers nag too much. "Memorize your times tables!" they might say, "Work harder!"
Or, perhaps nagging isn't to blame. Maybe students feel inadequate during math class because they're just missing out on some key fundamentals.
Whatever the reasons, no one can really deny the importance of mathematics. Math is important in everyday life!