Join this fun program designed to help you prepare your 3, 4, and 5 year old children become kindergarten ready. Activities are provided in both English and Spanish!
Click here to check out Activity 1 in English & Español
Basic Math Skills
Counting, adding, and subtracting are all part of the Early Learning Chess At-Home program. You can be sure that your child will gain the necessary exposure to these early math skills before entering kindergarten.
Social Emotional Development
Playing fun mini chess activities reinforces teamwork and problem solving helping your child develop patience and a “Better Together” mindset.
Your child will learn new words and explore new ways of communicating as you work together to complete fun activities.
In this first lesson you are introduced to the Pawns and where they go on the chess board. Are you ready? How fast can you set up the Pawns?
En esta primera lección se les presenta los Peones y dónde se ubican en el tablero de ajedrez. ¿Listo? ¿Cuán rápido pueden configurar los Peones? ¡Vamos!
What’s included in this program?
- Easy Chess activities you can try with your child (no chess experience needed!)
- Short videos that demonstrate the activities
- Support from experts and peers
Children who enter kindergarten behind their peers academically are more likely to stay or fall behind.
ACCORDING THE FIRST FIVE YEARS FUND
- Experiential learning starts long before a child steps foot into kindergarten and is strengthend through regular interaction and stimulation in the home and in quality early learning settings.
- The positive effects of early childhood interventions are evident 30 years in the future.
- Children participating in high-quality early childhood education had increased college graduation rates and increased rates of employment at age 30
Help your child develop…
Children will be able to come up with creative solutions for reaching a goal.
Depending on how a chess piece moves and captures, children will start forming plans to win the game.
Thanking your partner for playing and congratulating them on a win is all part of the game.
While playing fun games and activities, children begin building the foundation for analyzing and evaluating.
What Educators are Saying
It is a fun way to teach Mathematical skills and it touches on all the developmental stages of pre-k.
Keep spreading this program to as many children as you can!
Very pleased that children will learn through this program.