Chess Camp: The Checkmate Series (7 - 12 Years Old)
In this four-day camp future leaders will learn four different checkmates for basic end game strategy
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Chess Camp: The Checkmate Series This class is for those looking to master basic end game strategy at the beginner's level. I recommend learners play at least 25 games of chess prior to signing up for this class. In this 4-day camp I will teach four different ways to get the opponent's king in checkmate. Each day we will cover a different end game fundamental. Students will need their chess boards and chess pieces. We will not set up a full board of chess in this class. I will show chess...
Students will master the end game fundamental with the basic mates: King and Queen King and Rook King and Pawn King and Two Bishops
I enjoy playing and teaching chess and inspiring a passion within children to learn. I learned to play as a very young child and believe chess teaches children pertinent problem-solving strategies that help them throughout their lives. The ability to think one's way out of a problem is an essential life skill. Studies show that children who learn chess do better academically, so the science behind the learning is there. I taught chess to elementary-level students at different schools as part of their after-school program. I taught chess strategies, tactics, and sportsmanship to help future leaders solve problems in chess, in their classrooms, and throughout their lives. ❈ Aided in the development of problem-solving skills inside and outside of the classroom. ❈ Improved sportsmanship and success through chess.
3 hours 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Miss HalldorsonQueen's Gambit
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