Empathy for Astonishing Mistakes

Empathy for Astonishing Mistakes

We’ve been thinking and reflecting on all the different gifts chess can give us and our students. We’ve talked about how chess can help you realize your own style and personality, we’ve discussed how chess is a timeless and universal club, and last week we talked...
Playing Chess Teaches Hard Work

Playing Chess Teaches Hard Work

Hello, and welcome to the Chess at Three Blog. We’ve been thinking about different ways that chess can enrich the lives of those who play it. In a previous post, we talked about how chess can help you discover your own style and personality. In another post, we talked...
Learning Music Through Stories

Learning Music Through Stories

Chess at Three exists because of our fun engaging stories that allow children to discover the magical world of chess on their own. A couple of years ago, we started developing a music curriculum that uses all the same elements that make Chess at Three great: fun...
New Stars Program Available at UES Chess Club

New Stars Program Available at UES Chess Club

Looking for a fun activity for your child this summer? Look no further! Chess at 3 STARS is geared towards students who are 8+ and also any younger students who are curious about competing scholastically. Starting the week of June 17th we will have weekly camps....
Self Knowledge

Self Knowledge

A blog from one of our co-founders, Tyler Schwartz The object of chess is simple enough: capture the king. The only limitations are the movement of all the pieces and the 8×8 board they begin on. But, there are infinite strategies on how to win. What kind of...

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