Chess Club For Kids
Do your kids spend too much time playing gadgets?
Try real life chess event
Children need opportunities to practice face to face communication.
They will learn from each other and build enthusiasm for
Join us today and meet other kids just like you who love to play chess
Playing chess makes kids smarter
We use chess as a fun tool to make the world smarter and better place.
Chess improves memory
Playing chess improves your memory, mainly because of the complex rules you have to remember, as well as the memory recall needed when trying to avoid previous mistakes or remembering a certain opponent’s playing style. Good chess players have exceptional memory performance and recall. A study found that students who had never before played chess improved their memories and verbal skills after playing.
Chess raises your IQ: Do smart people play chess, or does chess make people smart? At least one scientific study has shown that playing the game can actually raise a person’s IQ. A study of 4,000 Venezuelan students produced significant rises in the IQ scores of both boys and girls after four months of chess instruction.
So, encourage your child to grab a chess board.
Chess Club for Kids
Box Factory Community Centre
59 Regent St South
Adelaide SA 5000
Time: 4-6pm Saturday (No chess during the school holidays)
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2022 Schedule at glance
School term 1
Start: 5th of February
Finish: 9th of April
School term 2
Start: 7th of May
Finish: 2nd Of July
School term 3
Start: 30th of July
Finish: 24th of September
School term 4
Start: 22nd of October
Finish: 10th of December
$30 for 1 Saturday
$50 for 2 Saturdays
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Chess Club For Kids is a place where kids exercise their mental muscles.
Children are taught to think first, and then act.
Chess helps develop patience, thoughtfulness and improves social skills.
Building social networks and participating in social activities like chess is great exercises for kids’ brains because it keeps the mind agile and improves cognitive function.