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Description - The Right Way to Teach Chess to Kids by Richard James

This accessible how-to guide for parents and teachers on the best way to teach chess to children, from international chess expert Richard James, is linked to both his bestselling book, Chess for Kids, and his website chessKIDS academy. James, who taught grandmasters Luke McShane and Jonathan Rowson, shows how learning chessis interesting and fun. It can also help children develop life skills, such as decision-making and social skills, and be a springboard to other subjects in the school curriculum, such as maths, science, history and even languages.In an easy-to-follow, fun way, James explains how to structure short lessons with worksheets and other activities to introduce the chess pieces, chess notation and chess-board dynamics - sothat children can understand the thinking behind the moves and start playing and enjoying thisfascinating game.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780716023357
ISBN-10: 0716023350
Format: Paperback
(198mm x 133mm x 15mm)
Pages: 224
Imprint: How To Books Ltd
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Publish Date: 20-Jun-2013
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Richard James

Richard James has been teaching chess to children since the early 1970s, running Richmond Junior Chess Club for more than 30 years, where he worked closely with such future stars as Luke McShane and Jonathan Rowson.He has an international reputation as an expert on how young children learn chess, having had an article on the subject published in The Chess Instructor 2009, published by New In Chess.Richard is the webmaster of chessKIDS academy, a website pioneering online interactive chess instruction for young children.He also has a particular interest in promoting chess among children on the Autistic Spectrum.