Chess Lesson - Is this Position Check or Checkmate?, Kindergarten

  • Activity 1 / Check vs Checkmate

  • Activity 2 / Check or Checkmate: Part 1 Worksheet

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    When your kids are playing chess, it's important that they know how to get their opponent's king to check and ultimately checkmate. Practicing taking a piece from check to checkmate can strengthen your child's strategic thinking and problem-solving skills, and this free worksheet will let them do so in a fun way. They'll look at the pair of chessboard and decide which board shows check and which shows checkmate. They won't know they're brain-building; they'll just think it's fun to play!

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  • Activity 3 / Check or Checkmate: Part 2 Worksheet

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    Chess is one of the best ways for your child to practice strategic thinking, problem-solving and critical reasoning in a fun and competitive way. This free PDF will allow your child to have practice analyzing boards where the king is either in check and can escape or checkmate and can't. They'll look at each board and all the pieces' placements, and then mark the boards where the king can escape from check. A great practice for saving their king when they play on real boards as well.

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