Early Childhood Chess Lessons for Kids

Chess is an interesting game that requires two people with penetrating brain skills and lots of patients. This game is mainly played by gentlemen who actually have sporty spirits.

Actually in other words chess is mainly played by a few people because it needs hours to complete, so not everyone has that much of patients to finish the game. But in simple words, chess can be played by anyone, here age doesn't matter at all.

The game is played by two people on opposite sides of the board and each player has sixteen pieces to play. The goal of the game is to checkmate the other king. The checkmate happens when the king is in a position to be captured (in check) and cannot escape from capture.

It is a great game for kids also, it helps to improve their brain functions. Nowadays kids have a bad addiction for video games or online video games and other useless devices which help to reduce their productivity and make their brains dull. Not only has that, kids had bad mood swings if parents make them stop playing video games. But on the other hand, playing chess helps to construct a beautiful as well as intelligent mindset which helps them in the future also. 

Chess has been proven to be an incredibly beneficial pastime for kids, it helps the brain to function intelligently, as well as improves the memory and cognitive abilities strategic thinking and attention improvement.

Chess helps the kids to learn new strategies because a player needs to think at least two or three extra moves in advance for the next move to beat the opposite party. These changes help to make strong concentration for the player, also helps the children to think beyond the first move and the immediate future. This is an enhancement to their planning skills.

This game helps to construct a good patience level for the younger ones. This helps to understand their good, bad, and most importantly, the next move they are going to make, how that can be helpful for them to checkmate the opponent. 

Chess helps to improve executive functioning. Executive functioning is a set of mental which mainly processes to make connections with past actions and present actions. Chess needs deep skillfully thought what moves a player will need to win the match. It allows children to practice all the facets of executive functioning and provides motivation (winning) to engage in all these facets. Therefore kids who have difficulty with executive functioning will increase these skills.

Chess helps to improve attention for both children and adults. Because it helps to concentrate on a particular thing at a time, so it can be beneficial for anyone, if it’s a child then he or she can make a good performance in school if it is an adult then the person can make good decisions on the workplace. While playing chess it demands focus, if the player is not focused then it becomes a loss for the person. This result in better performance in schools and workplaces, less time wasted and more victories achieved.

Chess is proved to be a healthy distraction for the child's mind from the present tantrums experiencing the parents. It is a great indoor game for children and parents can easily enjoy the game with their children.


The nuances of the game will improve the connection with the child as parents teach him or her how to play effectively. This is a game when you can teach them many strategies, learn from mistakes, and be with each other in a quiet, thoughtful way.

Thus, it's important to understand tactics and strategies in order to play better. If you like to improve these ideas then I suggest you study the training chess program that I created for you “Novice 800”. In order to see this program, you should be website members. Don't waste any more time and become members for free by clicking here.

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