About

...Chess

Chess - is a board game and mental sport for two players. The game is believed to have originated in 1475AD as a modified game that is thought to have originated in 1000AD! It is played on a square board of 8 rows and 8 columns, giving 64 squares of alternating colour, light and dark. Each player begins the game with 16 pieces that each move and capture other pieces on the board in a unique way: eight pawns, two knights, two bishops, two rooks, one queen and one king. One player controls the white pieces; the other player controls the black pieces. The object of the game is to achieve "checkmate" and this is done by capturing the opponent's king.

...Kids

Children - are such small creatures, which are all very interesting, they must know everything and try everything. Chess is a very practical and challenging experience for them to learn.

...Chess for Kids

The benefits of learning chess

  1. A child learns to think independently and make decisions. Even the simplest solution (which figure to make a move), which may result not so much the loss (the worst - loss) - teach the children independence and responsibility.
  2. While studying chess child learns to focus on one process, it produces perseverance.
  3. The child develops spatial imagination.
  4. The child has formed planning the action. Already in elementary school children face tasks that require this quality, but the guys do not. Learn to of action is important at the preschool age. Then the children themselves learn to manage their time, think strategically and achieve goals.
  5. The most challenging aspect of the game of chess is of course - achieving victory over an opponent. Through its sports component chess builds character: the desire to win makes the child engage in, and any error or defeat - this is only a new opportunity for development.
  6. Chess teaches creativity. Unlike many school subjects, in chess there are no ready answers to all questions. A child learns to relate mental processes with practical actions, creatively apply their knowledge in the classroom, look for nontrivial solutions and create beautiful combinations on the board.

Education chess gives the child the joy of creativity, while also being an effective tool of his mental development.

...e2-e4!

e2-e4! - Starting the game by the move e2-e4 young chess players get the maximum number of possible options for the open-style matching game. This is a classic "move" on the chess board and is taught as an intelligent move… making way for subsequent moves on the chess board.

...Us

"Chess for Kids" - Is our private company with the purpose of teaching chess not only to children but to all who wish to comprehend the secrets of the world's most popular intellectual game. Group and individual lessons are provided by teachers who have years of expertise and skills in teaching chess.