For many students, math is not the most enticing subject in school. The problems taught by teachers seem like an abstract concept, rather than connected to real life. This baffles young learners, therefore, forming a negative outlook towards the subject. Some of the problems can go from simple ones to overly exaggerated problems, and students who are struggling will be more intimidated by the subject. More students would then fail to learn and understand concepts, resulting in falling behind in school.