Study Math Cuemath Way


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Teaching Math The Cuemath Way
3. Conclusion
4. About Cuemath
5. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
6. External References

1st March 2021

Reading Time: 4 minutes

Most students find math extremely challenging. When exams draw near, they look for shortcuts to get good marks. A good number of “exam guides” get sold during the exam season. However, these do nothing to improve a student’s math.

Of course, students pass exams by referring to previously asked questions, but this isn’t the purpose of exams that our education system has come down to?

We need students to understand the concepts and realise the beauty of math. How do we do this? By helping them learn math the right way.

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Here are a few steps that math experts from Cuemath have put together to help students study math.

  1. Get the basics right.
  2. Practise time-based mental aptitude exercises.
  3. Spend time, solving puzzles.

All the steps are explained in the remaining part of the blog.

Teaching Math The Cuemath Way

  1. Get the basics right.

Before delving into the topic of interest, make sure your students are strong with their basics. Knowing the basics helps in answering three key questions- what, how and why.

For example, if your student faces problems in calculating percentages, the root of the problem is with fractions. Tackle fractions first, and once they’re thorough, percentages will seem easy.

  1. Practise mental aptitude exercises

When students build their aptitude, they effectively build their sense of logical thinking. Pattern recognition, direction sense, understand relations are all examples of mental aptitude.

Allow your students to explore such exercises. What can make this more productive is challenging them to time-based activities. These are usually done on a computer. There are several exercises available online to build mental aptitude. Alternatively, you can also have a look at the CueStudent app that Cuemath teachers use to help their students.

  1. Spend time, solving puzzles

Every math problem can be viewed as a puzzle. Incorporating fun puzzles in your math class will encourage your students to participate and solve them. Puzzles help students think creatively and logically to find solutions, which is what math is all about. Having your students solve puzzles regularly will coax them to explore multiple possibilities. They can also come up with multiple solutions.

This will help them understand that even real-life problems can be solved using multiple approaches.



Studying math is not a complex process. However, it should never be considered as a quick fix for exams. Math is around us every day, and hence, learning math should be an ongoing process. After all, it is always better to be prepared well before time!

About Cuemath

Cuemath, a student-friendly mathematics and coding platform, conducts regular Online Live Classes for academics and skill-development. On both iOS and Android, their Mental Math App is a one-stop solution for kids to develop multiple skills. Understand the Cuemath Fee structure and sign up for a free trial.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the easiest way to teach mathematics to kids?

  • Use interesting mathematical tools like Rubik's cube and abacus.
  • Give Practical examples with the help of games like hopscotch etc.
  • Engage the kids by telling stories around a mathematical concept.
  • Give daily tasks which will maintain the kid's interest.

Who founded Cuemath, and who designed its curriculum?

  • Manan Khurma founded Cuemath with the mission of educating the young kids mathematically in an interesting way.
  • The Curriculum of Cuemath is designed by several professionals who graduated from IIT.

External References

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