The Benefits of Chess Instruction  
   
   
 

Academically, students who play chess consistently outperform their non-playing peers. Playing chess helps children's social and intellectual development during the critical formative years. Dr. Robert Ferguson, Jr., of the American Chess School, and Dr. Albert Frank have found that chess:

bullet improves spatial and numerical abilities
bullet improves attention to details
bullet enhances mental calculation abilities
bullet develops verbal skills
bullet facilitates critical thinking and creativity
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instills self-confidence and self esteem

 

 

Chess FAQs (including chess myths and misconceptions)

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Mo's Article on Chess and the Developing Mind

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