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I have requested 5 chess boards and 10 beginning chess books to start a chess club for my second graders. My second graders have demonstrated an interest in playing games and solving puzzles that require higher order thinking. So, what better way to foster critical thinking than by learning to play chess? Giving my students an additional avenue for developing their critical thinking and problem solving skills by learning to play chess will be a welcome educational tool in our classroom. Critical thinking and problem solving are skills that will allow my students to succeed in school, and later in life.

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I have requested 5 chess boards and 10 beginning chess books to start a chess club for my second graders. My second graders have demonstrated an interest in playing games and solving puzzles that require higher order thinking. So, what better way to foster critical thinking than by learning to play chess? Giving my students an additional avenue for developing their critical thinking and problem solving skills by learning to play chess will be a welcome educational tool in our classroom. Critical thinking and problem solving are skills that will allow my students to succeed in school, and later in life.

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