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    Chess Pieces Quest Worksheet
    Chess Pieces Quest Worksheet

    Chess Pieces Quest Worksheet

    Help your child prepare for the chess quest by refreshing their knowledge of the symbols and characteristics of each chess piece. Then, have them try the 9 questions on this worksheet. These questions will assess their understanding of the symbols and how many pieces each player starts with.
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    Notation of Moves Writing it Down Worksheet
    Notation of Moves Writing it Down Worksheet

    Notation of Moves Writing it Down Worksheet

    Notating chess moves can be tricky for kids to learn. This worksheet will help them better understand it. To notate a move, write the piece's short name, start and end squares, and separate them with a "-". For instance, Bd4-d2 means a bishop moved from b4 to d2. No need to write pawns' short names.
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    King and Queen Worksheet
    King and Queen Worksheet

    King and Queen Worksheet

    Instruct your kids to trace the dotted lines to match each chess piece, short name, and symbol with either king or queen.Answer the questions at the bottom and check the answers. This exercise will help your children to differentiate between a king and queen chess piece and know their symbols.
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    Direct Check: Puzzle 2 Worksheet
    Direct Check: Puzzle 2 Worksheet

    Direct Check: Puzzle 2 Worksheet

    Test your kid's chess skills with this worksheet. Help them draw a line to put the black king in checkmate, then check the correct notation from the provided options. This will help them understand the correct notation of each move they make.
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    Beware of the King! Worksheet
    Beware of the King! Worksheet

    Beware of the King! Worksheet

    Teach your child to play chess and gift them valuable skills like critical thinking, logic, and reasoning! This free PDF worksheet will teach them the Two Rook Mate strategy to checkmate an enemy king with two rooks. They'll learn how to keep the king away and move the rooks for checkmate. Have screen-free fun together!
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    Beware of the King! Worksheet
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    Changing Power of Chess Pieces Worksheet
    Changing Power of Chess Pieces Worksheet

    Changing Power of Chess Pieces Worksheet

    Chess pieces have different power levels based on their position. When in the middle of the board, they are strongest; at the edges or blocked by other pieces, they are weakest. Help your child learn which pieces are in powerful positions by examining the worksheet.
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    Promoting a Pawn Worksheet
    Promoting a Pawn Worksheet

    Promoting a Pawn Worksheet

    Teach your kids all about pawns with this fun worksheet! Pawns may seem restricted, but experienced players can guide them across the board. If a pawn reaches the last rank, the player can upgrade it to a more powerful piece (e.g. queen, knight), or promote it if it captures an enemy piece. Give them the tools to master the game!
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    How Rooks Capture Worksheet
    How Rooks Capture Worksheet

    How Rooks Capture Worksheet

    Chess is a game that requires skill, concentration and planning. Players must move their chess pieces strategically to capture pieces from their opponent. Do your kids know how to use the rook to capture pieces? Go through the worksheet with them and circle the pieces the rook can capture.
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    Set-up Quest Worksheet
    Set-up Quest Worksheet

    Set-up Quest Worksheet

    Have your students mastered checkmates? However, they may not know the proper way to set up a chessboard. Ask them if they know how and show them images of the correct set-up.
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    How King Moves Worksheet
    How King Moves Worksheet

    How King Moves Worksheet

    Teach your kids the fundamentals of chess with this worksheet! The goal is to checkmate the opponent's king, so it must be protected at all times. The king moves along files, ranks, and diagonals (except one square at a time), and cannot move to a square next to the enemy king. Your kids will soon master the art of checkmate!
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    Short Notation Quest Worksheet
    Short Notation Quest Worksheet

    Short Notation Quest Worksheet

    Teach your kids chess notation with this worksheet. They can look at the picture, figure out the move or capture for each piece, and practice writing it down in short notation. It’s not just about playing skillfully; chess players must also know how to record their moves. Improve your kids' knowledge and enhance their chess skills!
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    Discovered Check: Puzzle 4 Worksheet
    Discovered Check: Puzzle 4 Worksheet

    Discovered Check: Puzzle 4 Worksheet

    Let your child test their chess skills with this easy worksheet. Have them take control of the black pieces and try to put the white king in checkmate. Ask them to draw a line from their chess piece to the white king, showing the move they'll make, then check the correct answer.
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    How Rooks Move Worksheet
    How Rooks Move Worksheet

    How Rooks Move Worksheet

    Help your kids master chess with this worksheet! Explain how rook pieces move along ranks and files, and have them mark the squares it can move to. Note that it can't jump over other pieces. With your guidance, they'll soon understand the game they love.
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    King and Queen Mate Strategy: Part 2 Worksheet
    King and Queen Mate Strategy: Part 2 Worksheet

    King and Queen Mate Strategy: Part 2 Worksheet

    This worksheet helps your child learn to checkmate the opposing king with their king and queen. Descriptive sample boards show the strategy, and more boards help determine which one demonstrates how the king assists the queen.
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    King and Queen Mate Strategy: Part 2 Worksheet
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    Getting out of Check: Run Away Worksheet
    Getting out of Check: Run Away Worksheet

    Getting out of Check: Run Away Worksheet

    Playing chess boosts your children's brainpower and this worksheet helps them out of sticky situations. It teaches them how to flee with their king to avoid checkmate, as well as how to initiate their own strategic moves on the board. Get your kids on the road to success with this helpful PDF.
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    Queen Bingo Worksheet
    Queen Bingo Worksheet

    Queen Bingo Worksheet

    Test your child's knowledge of chess rules and moves with this free worksheet! Kids look at four pictures and must decide if the queen moves are correct. This exercise helps hone your little one's chess skills!
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    Direct Check: Puzzle 3 Worksheet
    Direct Check: Puzzle 3 Worksheet

    Direct Check: Puzzle 3 Worksheet

    Chess is a great way to help your child develop their strategic, mathematical, and thinking skills. Test their understanding with this simple worksheet: they must get the black king in checkmate with white pieces, then select the notation that shows the correct move. See just how much progress they've made!
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    How Knights Move Worksheet
    How Knights Move Worksheet

    How Knights Move Worksheet

    Get your kids to tell you how a knight moves in chess. If they need help, explain that a knight moves in an «L» pattern - two squares on the file/rank, one square aside. It may also jump over other pieces, as long as the landing square is unoccupied. Have them mark the squares where the knight can move in the exercise.
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    Bishops Bingo Worksheet
    Bishops Bingo Worksheet

    Bishops Bingo Worksheet

    Does your child understand chess rules? To become a master, they must know the moves of each chess piece and how to strategize. In this worksheet, they'll analyze pictures of a bishop and check which moves are correct.
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    Check Bingo Worksheet
    Check Bingo Worksheet

    Check Bingo Worksheet

    Chess helps young minds build critical thinking, problem-solving and logical reasoning skills. This free PDF worksheet is a fun way to teach these skills. It explains the concept of check and includes gameboards with kings in various positions. Students mark off the boards where a king isn't in check, and they're ready to move onto checkmate!
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    Check Bingo Worksheet
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    Setting up the Chessboard: Part 2 Worksheet
    Setting up the Chessboard: Part 2 Worksheet

    Setting up the Chessboard: Part 2 Worksheet

    Before starting the game, make sure your child knows how to correctly set up the chessboard. Point to each square and ask them to name the piece that should be there. If they don't know, the printout can help. Remind them the queens should be on their own colour's square, then have them check the correct answers for the other pieces.
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    Short Notation of Captures Worksheet
    Short Notation of Captures Worksheet

    Short Notation of Captures Worksheet

    Help your students learn chess notation for captures. Short notation: name piece, cross, name square (e.g. Rxd4 = rook moves to d4 and captures). If pawn, also write the file it starts from (e.g. fxg7 = pawn from file 7 moves to g7 and captures). Use the worksheet to check correct notations on the board.
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    Castling Mash–up Worksheet
    Castling Mash–up Worksheet

    Castling Mash–up Worksheet

    Before starting the worksheet, ensure your child understands castling in chess. If not, take time to explain it. Once they have a clear grasp of the rules, help them complete the exercise. Check the board to ensure that neither king can castle.
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    Direct Check: Puzzle 4 Worksheet
    Direct Check: Puzzle 4 Worksheet

    Direct Check: Puzzle 4 Worksheet

    Assess your children or students' chess progress with this simple worksheet. They must play as black and draw a line to put the white king in check. Then, review the provided options and circle the correct notation. This will help you gauge their skills and understanding of strategic movements.
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