Course Description

*** Course Updated Friday, February 24, 2017 ***

Ah, the game of chess.

It has been around for centuries and many have tried to master opening; middle game strategies and win championship titles.

However, while chess is still a game, it can be much more than that for your child.

Chess has great educational benefits. It can help your child with math; dimensions; strategy and problem-solving. Many times, children who play chess also do well in the classroom.

In this course, we'll examine:

  1. The Benefits of Playing Chess.
  2. How to Introduce Chess to Your Child.
  3. Participating in Local Chess Clubs and Chess Tournaments.
  4. Playing in Scholastic Tournaments.
  5. Playing Chess with Grandparents and Older Adults.
  6. Chess as a Young Adult and Beyond.
  7. Chess Scholarship Opportunities...and much more.

Chess is a fun game, but the rewards of playing chess are great for parents and for children!

Course Details
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Steve Phillips
Self-paced
Beginner
3 hours
Course Details
en
en
Steve Phillips
Self-paced
Beginner
3 hours
Course Description

*** Course Updated Friday, February 24, 2017 ***

Ah, the game of chess.

It has been around for centuries and many have tried to master opening; middle game strategies and win championship titles.

However, while chess is still a game, it can be much more than that for your child.

Chess has great educational benefits. It can help your child with math; dimensions; strategy and problem-solving. Many times, children who play chess also do well in the classroom.

In this course, we'll examine:

  1. The Benefits of Playing Chess.
  2. How to Introduce Chess to Your Child.
  3. Participating in Local Chess Clubs and Chess Tournaments.
  4. Playing in Scholastic Tournaments.
  5. Playing Chess with Grandparents and Older Adults.
  6. Chess as a Young Adult and Beyond.
  7. Chess Scholarship Opportunities...and much more.

Chess is a fun game, but the rewards of playing chess are great for parents and for children!