One of the best chess books to start with is The Steps Method by Rob Brunia and Cor van Wijgerden. This method consists of six steps. Each step is accompanied by an instruction book with the teaching material to be used by the trainer/teacher/parent and a workbook with exercises for the students. The book is designed and written for the independent learner.
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I think the Steps Method is the best chess training system publicly available. The workbooks and manuals are remarkably affordable, and even those whom Caissa has not blessed with great talent can succeed as trainers. Because each Step comes with scripted lessons, good teaching examples, etc., competent class players can serve as trainers through at least Step 3 and perhaps beyond.
(1) A few months ago I was asked to begin teaching a young boy who had just turned seven. This puts him right at the cusp of what the Steps deem an appropriate age for effective chess education, so after an initial assessment, we began with the Stepping Stones 1 workbook. Over the past four or so months we worked through Stepping Stones 1 and 2, and now we are beginning Step 1 Plus. 2b1af7f3a8