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King and Queen Mate: Bingo Worksheet
King and Queen Mate: Bingo Worksheet

King and Queen Mate: Bingo Worksheet

Let your child strengthen their strategy skills with this free King and Queen Mate Bingo worksheet. They must decide which board uses the King and Queen effectively for checkmate and victory. Check the correct board off in the box, and enjoy sharpening your little one's skills!
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Two Rook Bingo Worksheet
Two Rook Bingo Worksheet

Two Rook Bingo Worksheet

Kids can have fun and strengthen their visual perception skills with Two Rook Mate Bingo. This worksheet challenges them to identify which chess boards show a king in checkmate using the Two Rook Mate strategy. Once they choose the correct one, they get the prize for checkmate! Playing chess helps kids with strategy, logic, and critical thinking.
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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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Chess Manners Worksheet
Chess Manners Worksheet

Chess Manners Worksheet

Teach your child chess manners in addition to table and social ones. Chess has clear rules and etiquette which must be followed for a proper game. Review this worksheet with your kid and discuss the pictures that show inappropriate behaviours. This will help them understand how to play the game correctly and with good manners.
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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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Notation Quest Worksheet
Notation Quest Worksheet

Notation Quest Worksheet

Examine the two chess boards with your kids. On one, chess pieces haven't moved; on the other, pieces have captured each other. Get your child to note the moves and captures with this simple worksheet.
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Moves Notation Bingo Worksheet
Moves Notation Bingo Worksheet

Moves Notation Bingo Worksheet

Test your child's chess notation skills with this simple worksheet. Download the PDF which shows a chess board and arrows pointing to pieces. Ask your child to identify the moves and note them down correctly. The notations needed are for bishop, pawn, rook and knight. Up to 80 words.
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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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Notation of Captures Writing it Down Worksheet
Notation of Captures Writing it Down Worksheet

Notation of Captures Writing it Down Worksheet

To teach students how to record captures in chess, use this worksheet. Write down the piece's short name, start sq., and the sq. where it captures, separating them with an X. For example, Rd2Xd4 means a rook moved d2 to d4 and took a piece. Pawn captures don't need a name.
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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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What's My Name? Worksheet
What's My Name? Worksheet

What's My Name? Worksheet

Test your child's chess knowledge with this colorful worksheet! There are six pieces lined up with names underneath. Ask your child to name each piece, then check if it's correct. Help them succeed by brushing up on the different pieces and their names.
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Rook and Bishop Worksheet
Rook and Bishop Worksheet

Rook and Bishop Worksheet

This tracing sheet helps your child learn chess pieces by matching each piece, short name and symbol to the correct name. After tracing, have them answer the questions and check their answers. It's a great way for them to become familiarized with chess.
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Square Names Quiz Worksheet
Square Names Quiz Worksheet

Square Names Quiz Worksheet

Make sure your students can identify the chess squares with ease! This free pdf worksheet will help them learn the names of the squares quickly and easily. Let them check the correct names of each square to prepare them for playing chess and making notations of their moves.
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Names of Squares Worksheet
Names of Squares Worksheet

Names of Squares Worksheet

Ask your students to put an X on the appropriate squares. This worksheet is part of learning chess basics. Each file is marked with a letter and rank with a number. This allows moves and squares to be easily named and noted. e.g. The square marked "e5" is the fifth rank of the e-file.
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En Passant Bingo Worksheet
En Passant Bingo Worksheet

En Passant Bingo Worksheet

To teach kids to perfect the en passant move in chess, use this worksheet. It has pictures which depict when a pawn is in danger of being captured. By looking through the pictures, kids can easily understand and perfect the move.
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Smart Capturing Worksheet
Smart Capturing Worksheet

Smart Capturing Worksheet

Chess is a game of strategy and calculation. When presented with two captures, a player should always go for the one that yields the highest value. For example, taking a knight over a pawn. In this worksheet, your children will choose the best capture for each black piece. Ask them to circle the correct answers. (80 words)
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Chess Pieces Math Worksheet
Chess Pieces Math Worksheet

Chess Pieces Math Worksheet

Chess involves math! Each piece has its own value, from the king (worth the entire game) to the queen (9 points), varying according to their power and role. In the worksheet, your child must use these values to solve the equations at the bottom.
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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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Attacking Power of Chess Pieces Worksheet
Attacking Power of Chess Pieces Worksheet

Attacking Power of Chess Pieces Worksheet

. This worksheet introduces your child to chess pieces and how they move. Ask them to look at the table, noting the squares each piece can control. Then, have them circle the most powerful piece among each power pictured at the bottom. With this insight, your child will gain an understanding of a chess piece's power and how many squares it can attack.
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Writing it Down Worksheet
Writing it Down Worksheet

Writing it Down Worksheet

To document pawn promotion, add "=<piece name>" to the move notation. For example: e7-e8=Q. Ask your child to look at the chessboard and take note of the moves. Check the notations are correct. (80 words)
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Promotion Practice Worksheet
Promotion Practice Worksheet

Promotion Practice Worksheet

Test your kids' promotions skills with this worksheet! Ask them to find the pictures in which the pawns are correctly promoted. Remember, when a pawn reaches the last rank it may be promoted to a queen, bishop, knight or rook. In addition, a pawn can be promoted when it captures a chess piece on the last rank.
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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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Knight and Pawn Worksheet
Knight and Pawn Worksheet

Knight and Pawn Worksheet

This tracing worksheet teaches kids about chess. They trace the dotted lines to match pieces, names and symbols to the correct chess piece. Questions at the bottom test their understanding. It's a simple exercise for a fun way to learn.
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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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