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4 Lessons Chess Teaches

4 Lessons Chess Teaches

CHESS IS A CENTURIES OLD GAME AND, LIKE MANY THINGS THAT WITHSTAND THE TEST OF TIME, IT IS A GAME OF VIRTUE AND VALUE.  Chess teaches children invaluable lessons that will positively impact them both in school and at home. The game of chess teaches imperative life...

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How To Help Your Child Have An Amazing Summer

How To Help Your Child Have An Amazing Summer

Summer is a great time for activities and creativity, but for some kids, having no structure to the days means boredom and getting into trouble. It’s important to find out what your child is interested in and help them create a schedule of sorts for the summer months....

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Why Teach Chess to Young Children?

The game of chess, long considered a game for elite intellectuals or older individuals, has recently seen a resurgence among younger students. Chess lessons and clubs are now ubiquitous throughout many NYC elementary and secondary schools. Chess At Three, has...

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Chess At Three Helps Children Succeed

Chess At Three Helps Children Succeed

If you are raising young children in New York City, you likely know the pressure surrounding school admissions all too well. Getting into private NYC preschools and elementary schools is often touted as equally or more competitive than admissions to Ivy League...

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Press: A Wild Dove blog

Press: A Wild Dove blog

Lifestyle blog A Wild Dove wrote a great article about Chess at Three, reprinted below. If you could do something for your kids that would increase their IQ, enhance their memory, verbal skills and critical thinking while fostering emotional intelligence...

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Press: World Magazine

Press: World Magazine

Chess at Three is featured in an article by Emily Belz in World Magazine entitled Kings and Pawns which covers the World Chess Championship. Can children as young as 3 learn chess? Tyler Schwartz, the co-founder of Chess at 3 and a Christian, thinks so. Nine years ago...

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How do I get my Daughter to Love Chess? Pt. 1

How do I get my Daughter to Love Chess? Pt. 1

This article written by Chess at Three co-founder Tyler Schwartz first appeared on lichess.org. Practical Strategies for Closing the Gender Gap in Chess To understand the benefits of playing chess, think of chess as a mental gym. When you play chess, you engage your...

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On Chess: Tiny feet take big steps in chess

On Chess: Tiny feet take big steps in chess

This article originally ran in the On Chess column on the St. Louis Public Radio website. On Saturday, Jan. 23, a chess tournament was hosted in the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of St. Louis. No grandmasters at this one. Goddard School students age 3 to 5...

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