Knight and Pawn Worksheet

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This traceable worksheet uses a simple exercise to teach your kids more about the game of chess. In the tracing sheet, your child is required to trace on the dotted lines to match each chess piece, short names and symbol with the correct name of the chess piece- either a pawn, or a knight. Then, ask your child to use their new knowledge to answer some of the simple questions at the bottom of the printout.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should be aware of the various chess pieces that are commonly used- pawns and knights. They should also be able to identify the symbols and short names associated with these chess pieces alongside their full names. Additionally, students should have basic tracing skills.

Grade 1
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