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# 30 Math Quotes for Kids to Inspire Your Child

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Update: This article was last updated on 19th October 2023 to reflect the accuracy and up-to-date information on the page.

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##### Famous Math Quotes

Do you remember your first encounter with math? Perhaps it was in a classroom with pages of numbers and equations that seemed overwhelming and difficult to understand.

It’s a language that helps us understand and describe the world around us through patterns, relationships, and structures. From the petals of a flower to the curves of a rollercoaster, math can be found everywhere in our daily lives.

Math is a powerful problem-solving tool that helps us tackle complex challenges and find solutions. To inspire the next generation of innovators, we must make it more interesting and engaging for children.

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As Albert Einstein said, ‘Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.’

With this in mind, let’s inspire and encourage children to find the beauty and wonder in math and use it to make the world a better place.”

Here are some inspiring math quotes divided into category that can help motivate and encourage kids to embrace the subject:

### Motivational Math Quotes

While not strictly a math quote, this quote from Steve Jobs can be applied to the study of math as well. It encourages kids to find what they are passionate about and pursue it with all their hearts. If a child loves math, they will be more motivated to learn and explore the subject.

### Famous Math Quotes

#### 1. Who created math?

Ans. The Sumerians were the first people to make a way to count things. Many scientists think that basic math like adding, taking away, multiplying, and dividing has been around for over 4,000 years.

#### 2. Who found zero?

Ans. A long time ago, in India, a smart person named Brahmagupta started using zero in math to add and subtract. Aryabhatta also started using zero in math back in the 5th century. Brahmagupta used zero in his math around the year 628 BC.

#### 3. How can math  be made more fun for kids?

Ans. Math can be made more fun for kids by using games, hands-on activities, and real-life examples to make learning math engaging and interactive.

#### 4. How can I motivate my child to enjoy math?

You can motivate your child to enjoy math by showing enthusiasm for the subject, relating it to their interests, and providing opportunities for them to solve real-world problems using math.

#### 5. How can I make math home wok more enjoyable for my child?

You can make math homework more enjoyable by creating a comfortable workspace, providing rewards or incentives, and offering help and guidance without frustration. Encourage a positive attitude toward learning.

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#### Disha Agrawal

As a passionate content writer and Minecraft expert, Disha finds joy in the written word and the power it holds to ignite imaginations and evoke emotions. With a love for reading, writing, and a touch of creativity, she embark on a journey to bring captivating stories and insightful information to life.
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j.j peter
11 months ago

. Why is mathematics the poetry of logical ideas?

paul.hey
9 months ago

Because it uses patterns and beauty to describe the world around us.

j.son
11 months ago

Why is mathematics not just about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms?

ninrendo
9 months ago

Because mathematics is also about understanding and solving problems. It is a way of thinking about the world and using logic to find solutions.