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Which Workbooks?

At Ho Math and Chess Nigeria, we have a range of workbooks than span the entirewhich math and chess workbooks to be used, lagos curriculum, from elementary to high school. After the initial assessment, the instructor will assign the appropriate workbooks for purchase. Instructors will monitor the student's progress and assign new workbooks to match their needs.

• Elementary K-3
• Elementary 4-7
• High School

Elementary K-3

Workbooks in this collection introduces students to addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, along with learning fundamental chess. As students progress and improves, whole number operations increase in difficulty. Classes also cover any necessary review of school material, help with homework and test preparation. This course continues from year to year as the student progresses.

Computation

Problem Solving

Math and Chess

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Elementary 4-7

Workbooks in this collection continue to improve upon the student's mathematical ability, as they boost brainpower and unlock their true potential. Students will work on mastering math concepts (whether it is remedial or advanced), learn chess tactics and strategies and develop problem-solving techniques. The Fundamental Math Workbook covers all the major concepts a student should know before moving on to grade seven. Classes also cover any necessary review of school material, help with homework and test preparation. This course continues from year to year as the student progresses.

Computation

Problem Solving

Math and Chess

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Why Chess?

Chess is used as a learning tool to improve a student's problem-solving ability and critical thinking skills in the areas of logic, pattern, perception, coordination, spatial relations, decision making and visualization

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Class size ratio

Each class size ratio of teacher to students is 1-6 student(s) to a teacher and every student progresses at his or her own pace. Even if students are at the same grade level, it does not mean that they will be working on the same concepts within the course.