# W.3.3.C Text Types and Purposes worksheets for Grade 3

## W.3.3.C

Use temporal words and phrases to signal event order.

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## 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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## 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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## 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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## 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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## Chessboard Puzzle Worksheet

Test your child's chess prowess with this simple worksheet. They must find the missing pieces to complete the white side of an empty chessboard. The black pieces are already arranged properly on the board. Correct answers are provided so you can see how they did!
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## Position of the Chessboard: White on the Right Worksheet

Proper positioning of the chessboard and players is key. Before the game, make sure the white square is in the right-hand corner. A simple rhyme can help: "White on the right". Check pictures of kids at the chessboard to ensure correct positioning.
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## Direct Check: Puzzle 1 Worksheet

Your child can test their chess knowledge with this worksheet. If they've been taking lessons or playing regularly, they'll enjoy connecting the dots to put the white king in checkmate, then checking the correct notation. Challenge their chess skills!
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## Run, Protect or Capture Worksheet

When kids play chess, they're not only striving to win - they're sharpening their critical thinking and problem-solving prowess. With this free PDF worksheet, they learn how to protect their king from check, whether it's running away, shielding it or capturing the checking piece. Sample boards offer them the chance to practice.
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## Getting out of Check: Capture

Kids love chess because it combines strategy and the thrill of outwitting their opponents! This free chess strategy worksheet teaches kids how to protect and capture the threatening piece when their king is in danger. The downloadable includes sample boards to practice with. Get it today and have your chess whiz mastering the game in no time!
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## Getting out of Check: Protection

Chess is a game of strategy and outwitting opponents. Kids love it for the challenge of one-upping their friends! This free chess strategy worksheet will help your child learn to protect their king and capture the checking piece. With this downloadable, they'll be able to practice protecting and capturing with the sample boards.
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## Setting up the Chessboard: Part 1 Worksheet

Teach your child the starting positions of the black and white armies on the chessboard. Black pieces are placed on ranks 7 and 8, and white pieces on ranks 1 and 2. Have them check the highlighted boxes on the chessboard to make sure they know the correct pieces to start with.
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