We pride ourselves in our amazing tutors. Every certified Chess at Three storyteller is
one of the smartest, kindest, most thoughtful tutors you will ever meet. These individuals thrive
off bringing fun and exciting lessons into homes and schools across the country, but you don’t
have to take our words for it.
We constantly receive positive testimonials from our clients sharing the things they love
about their Chess at Three lessons. Every time we receive one of these emails or phone calls it
warms our heart as it is a great reminder of the amazing things that are happening within a
lesson. Generally, there is a high level understanding of what is occurring in a lesson; the
children are learning chess in a fun and interactive way. However, we were curious as to what
exactly was the most common adjectives that are clients are using to describe what is
happening in the lessons.
We took every testimonial we have ever received and put them into a word map. This
process exams every sentence and lists the unique occurrence of every word. The top 5 words
used to describe a Chess at Three lesson are…
This is confirmation that our clients are experiencing the lessons the exact way we
intend them to. Our goals are for every student in every lesson to be engaged, having fun,
hearing silly stories, excited, and looking forward to learning more Chess.
Above is an image of what every word in every testimonial looks like on a wordmap! If
you have had a great experience with Chess at Three, please let us know! We will rerun this
experiment in a few months to see if anything changes!