Gary's Adventures in Chess Country

For centuries, chess has been the world s most popular board game But did you know that it can also improve your child s ability to learn Studies have shown that by focusing on basic chess concepts, children as young as four can improve their reasoning and develop their problem solving abilities.Gary s Adventures in Chess Country is designed to help children delve into tFor centuries, chess has been the world s most popular board game But did you know that it can also improve your child s ability to learn Studies have shown that by focusing on basic chess concepts, children as young as four can improve their reasoning and develop their problem solving abilities.Gary s Adventures in Chess Country is designed to help children delve into the world of chess through an engaging adventure story Spirited away by a mysterious young girl on a magic tricycle, Gary is taken to Chess Country, where he learns the rules of chess and the fundamentals of chess tactics.By following Gary on his adventures and by solving engaging puzzles alongside him your child will have a unique opportunity to improve focus, memory, and critical thinking skills, all while having fun Attractive, brightly colored illustrations throughout the book act as a visual reinforcement of the lessons your child will learn.
Gary s Adventures in Chess Country For centuries chess has been the world s most popular board game But did you know that it can also improve your child s ability to learn Studies have shown that by focusing on basic chess concepts c

  • Title: Gary's Adventures in Chess Country
  • Author: Igor Sukhin Susan Polgar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Gary's Adventures in Chess Country”

    1. I thought this was a really amusing and instructive book for a young person looking to learn the rules and basic ideas of chess. I enjoyed the story and the characters, and it's loaded with puzzles to practice as the rules and ideas are taught. The puzzles actually get pretty difficult by the end of the book (checkmate in three puzzles, etc.), so not everything here is for complete beginners!! However, those who are beyond beginner level will probably find more value elsewhere, unless you're jus [...]

    2. What a god-awful book. If your kid is smart enough to learn chess, he/she is too smart to be entertained by the silly story.Why does everything have to be made "fun" these days? Chess is already fun.

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