There is hardly a better game to engage your children’s brains and build their thinking skills than chess. If you are looking to encourage their chess skills, or simply build more on their interest in playing the game, this worksheet is perfect for you. in the exercise, your child will use the white pieces to move, and draw a line showing a move that will put the black king in a checkmate. Then, check the accurate notation of your move among the options provided.
Stimulate your child’s thinking with this fun and educative worksheet exercise. If they have made some progress in chess playing, here is a chance to show off their incredible chess prowess to you. Ask them to use the white pieces and draw a line, showing what move would put the black king in a checkmate. After drawing the line, your child must check the correct option that notes the move that was made.
Using the black pieces, your child must strategize and show the move that puts the white king in check. Chess games are interesting, fun, and educative, all at the same time. And, that is why most parents prefer their children engage in a game of chess to build their thinking skills. Draw a line from the black chess pieces to the white king, showing how the king will be put in check. Then, look through the options provided and check which one correctly notes your move.
In this impromptu game of chess, your child takes control of the black pieces. Let your child see how well they have advanced with their chess skills, using this easy worksheet. What move can your child make to put the white king in a checkmate? Ask them to draw a line from their chess piece to the white king, showing the move they will make. Then, they should look at the options and check the correctly noted move.
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