How Pawns Move: Part I Worksheet

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Explain to your students how pawns can move in chess. The pawn can move along the file, only forward, and for only one square at a time. However, the first move a pawn can make is restricted to just one or two squares forward. In this worksheet, ask your child to put an X to show the correct move for each pawn. At the end of the exercise, your child should be more skilled at moving pawns.

Required skills:
Students should know the basic rules of chess, particularly how pawns move. They should understand that pawns can move only forward, along the file, and for only one square at a time. Additionally, students should know that pawns can only move one to two squares forward on their first move.

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