Direct Check: Puzzle 3 Worksheet

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Chess games are one sure way to build your child’s strategic skills, mathematical skills, and thinking patterns. If you are curious to know just how much progress they have made in understanding the game of chess, use this easy worksheet exerciser to assess their skills. In the exercise, your child must use the white chess pieces to move, and draw a line to show what move would put the black king in checkmate. Next, look through the options and select the option that shows the correct notation.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should have some basic knowledge of chess. They should know how the pieces move, their names, and the end goal of the game. Additionally, they should be familiar with the concept of "checkmate" and how to achieve it. Students should also be able to read and understand the different notation options provided.

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