Check. Checkmate or Stalemate? Worksheet

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When it comes to сhess, sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and sometimes you're both in a stalemate, or a draw. This downloadable worksheet will give your young chess players the opportunity to look at various chess boards and decide whether or not the opposing sides are at check, checkmate or stalemate. сhess is an incredible way to teach critical thinking, reasoning and logic skills in a fun way, and your little strategist will be skill-building with every move!

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Grade:
Grade 1
Subject:
Chess

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