GiddyGlove Chess Play

Chess Play FACTS!

One of the best ways to exercise the brain is to play Chess. Yes, for Students who Play A Round Chess learning and Fun are one in the same. These Students Learn to Focus Assess Concentrate Think Strategize at School and in life. The FACTS that students acquire from playing chess will help them academically and socially. GiddyGlove Play A Round Chess will help students learn to:

F.A.C.T.S. of Chess Play

Focus -. Just like your body, your Brain also requires exercise. When you play chess, your mind gets challenged. Your brain gets active

Assess – Chess involves proper assessment of the chess pieces, places, and next moves, which makes a student learn to properly assess problems to find solutions.

Concentrate – When students play chess their memory skills are developed which improves concentration.

Think – One of the advantages of playing Chess is that the game teaches us to Think. Playing Chess helps students learn to Think before they Move.

Critical Thinking Skills

The goal of an education is to provide our children with skills necessary to help them grow into healthy, productive, self-sufficient adults that positively contribute to the civility of our society.  To do this we must have Basic Education Curriculum that will Challenge Help Encourage Student Success . helping them Plan Learn Achieve  Yearly.

Research by psychologist Adrian, has shown that , adolescents who were encouraged to play chess at an early age had less chances of falling behind in academics. The problem solving and reasoning skills of students who played chess at an early age were higher than those of their peers. U.S. research in the 1980s and 1990s found similar patterns of positive inquisitiveness in children who played chess regularly.

They found that patterns developed in the form of memory networks in children which effectively provided the tools for immediate recall When faced with a different pattern the children were able to use the already known patterns to solve completely new, unseen situations in chess. There are lots of reasons and ways to include Chess the Basic Education Cirriculum.

It Starts with a Little CHESS Play!

Using the Developmental Asset Approach identified by the Search Institute, GiddyGlove PARC is focused on helping students Plan Learn Achieve Yearly by teaching them how to Play Chess and Have FUN Doing It.