turns problem-solving and learning into a game! Studies
conducted over the last 30 years show that student' IQs
increase and test scores improve after less than a year
of systematic chess study
is fun and motivational. It develops self-esteem, builds
team spirit and increases concentration.
is a thinking game. It encourages students to use patterns
and logical deductive reasoning to solve problems.
players come in all ages. Even very young children can be
successful at chess, as demonstrated by the annual national
Meyer's "Why Offer Chess in Schools"
Dr. Robert Ferguson's "Chess
in Education Research Summary"