How well can your child identify all the different chess pieces on the chess board? This colorful worksheet brings you the opportunity to test your child’s knowledge on chess. In the pdf, there are six different chess pieces lined up. Underneath the pieces are the names of the chess pieces. First, ask your child to name each of the chess pieces pictured. Then, what your child must do is check the correct name of each chess piece.
A chessboard is the surface where a game of chess sis played. The chessboard is made up of ranks and files. The ranks are 8 horizontal lines across the chessboard, and files are 8 vertical lines on the chessboard. This means that each rank and each file has 8 squares. Test how well your child understands which direction is ranks, and which is files with this interesting worksheet.
Teach your child what the lines that dissect squares are called with this colorful worksheet. When slanted lines go through squares of the same color, they are called diagonals. The inclined lines can go in the left direction or the right and still form the same shape. Ask your child to look through the pictures of boxes, and check the pictures that show correctly drawn diagonals.
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