Math Olympiad competition aims to arouse interest in mathematics and improve the mathematical skills of the participants through team-based competitions. They exist nationally and internationally for students in grades 4 through 12. The most prestigious of these competitions is the International Mathematical Olympiad, in which high school students from over 100 countries compete annually.
Problem-solving is the foundation of a young kid’s learning. It should be valued, fostered, and maintained in the childhood classroom. Problem-solving opportunities occur in the everyday context of a kid’s life. By closely observing the kids, teachers can use the kid’s social, cognitive, movement, and emotional experiences to solve problems and promote useful strategies throughout the lifelong process of learning.