Chess At Three has an international network of Certified Storytellers (Chess Tutors) who provide one-on-one lessons or group sessions in your home and now online.
We utilize a unique cast of characters, in fun and interactive stories; children progressively learn to play chess. Our stories focus on why chess pieces move in their own unique ways and are supported by activities that cement chess knowledge in your child’s mind.
More about our online lessons
Remote, online tutoring sessions are now available worldwide! In recent weeks, we’ve had dozens of requests from new and existing clients for a web-based alternative to our in-home chess lessons. Understandably, there are safety and health concerns for both tutors and clients at this time, but we’re committed to providing the same fun, engaging, and intellectually rigorous chess lessons that we always have. Chess at Three’s online lessons will run through the client’s video chat service of choice. We can also assist you in setting up an account with a major video chat provider such as Skype, Zoom, FaceTime, or Google Hangouts. We’ll also help you set up a lichess.org account. For over 10 years Lichess has been the go-to open-source chess server for players everywhere. Accounts are free, and the platform allows players to connect directly, ensuring your child’s online safety. Current clients will be able to keep their current tutor, schedule permitting. For new clients, we’ll provide a brief consultation before connecting you with one of our fabulous early childhood chess experts. We’re excited to offer our lessons in this format, despite the circumstances that have brought these changes about. Online classes are up and running! Call (212) 796-2737 to get connected today or click schedule a lesson!
- Online Private Lesson with Chess at Three tutor – Rates available on request
- Online Group Lesson with Chess at Three tutor – as low as $25/lesson
“He had a great virtual lesson with Jessica this morning! Set up was easy! Just wanted to give you the positive feedback on the experience.”
– Brian, Parent