In this worksheet, your child must put their knowledge of chess, tactics, and mathematics to good work. How well does your little one know their chess moves? If they have been taking lessons in chess playing, or show interest in playing the game with friends and family, then this exercise should be an enjoyable one for them. Draw a line to show the move that will put the white king in checkmate. Then, look through the options and check the correct notation of your move.
In this worksheet, your little one must take the side of the white chess pieces. It is time to test how skilled they are at chess playing, and how well they can make correct notations of each move they make. In this pdf, your kids are to draw a line that shows the move that will put the black king in checkmate. Then, look through the options provided and check the correct notation of the move.
Chess games are one sure way to build your child’s strategic skills, mathematical skills, and thinking patterns. If you are curious to know just how much progress they have made in understanding the game of chess, use this easy worksheet exerciser to assess their skills. In the exercise, your child must use the white chess pieces to move, and draw a line to show what move would put the black king in checkmate. Next, look through the options and select the option that shows the correct notation.
As your students or children progress in their chess learning, you might want to assess just how far they have gone, and how well they understand strategic movements. Use this simple worksheet to gauge their skills. In the exercise, your young ones must take control of the black pieces, and draw a line showing a move that would put the white king in check. Then, look through the options provided and circle the correct notation of the move they made.
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