Chess at 3 Student NY Champ!

Chess at 3 Student NY Champ!

Chess at 3’s core mission is to get kids loving chess, but sometimes our students get really good at chess, too! This is Drake! Drake started playing chess when he was 3 and learned the rules of chess by hearing a story about a silly king named King Chompers who ate...
Introducing StoryTime Chess!

Introducing StoryTime Chess!

Chess At Three has been keeping some pretty exciting news under wraps. Over the past several months we have been working hard to develop a revolutionary, new chess game that will enable parents toteach their children how to play chess (or practice what they’ve been...
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...
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...
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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