Moves Notation Bingo Worksheet

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Now, how well do you think your child understands the correct way to make chess notations? You can easily find out with this simple worksheet. In this downloadable pdf, there is a picture of a chess board and arrows signifying the moves of chess pieces. Ask your child to look at the moves of the chess pieces shown with the arrows. Then, check the correct move notation for each piece. The notations your child will have to make include moves made by a bishop, pawn, rook, and knight.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know how to read and write chess notation and how to identify the moves of different chess pieces. They should also have some spatial reasoning skills to understand the movement of the pieces on the board and visual recognition skills to match the moves with the correct notation.

Grade 1
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