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Stiga
18%
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 5% [ 2 ]
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 14% [ 6 ]
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 7% [ 3 ]
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 2% [ 1 ]
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 2% [ 1 ]
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 2% [ 1 ]
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 CHESS as learning tool in Primary Schools?

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PostSubject: CHESS as learning tool in Primary Schools?   Mon Dec 13, 2010 3:55 pm

Chess is a very important skill to learn at an early age. I started to play when i was 5 years old. Basically it teaches you skills on concentration, sharpens the mind because of the thousands and thousands of different moves that can be made. Most importantly it creates an analytical way of thought which is very important for younger people to learn for as you will use this in very important decision making throwout life.




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PostSubject: Re: CHESS as learning tool in Primary Schools?   Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:59 am

Even non master players can see several moves ahead, that is a must to be a good player. They definitely can see how the game will unfold and tend to have excellent long term thinking as well as near flawless tactics.


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