That’s right! Chess is a wonderful game. It isn’t only for smart people. Chess isn’t only a game for people who have nothing to do. It isn’t only for adults. Chess is one of the best games young children can learn to play because of its many beneficial characteristics. In this post, we will discuss 10 of those benefits!
Benefits of Chess
- Chess exercises both sides of the brain and reading skills. These are both wonderful skills for kids to practice while having fun and playing a game!
- Chess improves your memory and concentration. Children will be able to remember things better by remembering things and concentrating hard.
- Chess helps develop organizational skills by planning (your moves) ahead. Imagine that! Wouldn’t you just love for your kids to be a bit more orderly and better organized? This little game can help!
Chess and the Brain
- Chess can raise you IQ and it grows your dendrites. No joke! It has been Scientifically proven that playing chess can raise people’s IQ, both kids and adults. Do you know what dendrites are? They send out signals from the brain within the brain. The more dendrites you have, the better and faster thinking will take place. Isn’t that awesome?!
- Chess augments your creativity and problem-solving skills. Yes! Kids will learn to get creative and come up with strategies for problem-solving during the game and in life, too.
- Chess can help prevent Alzheimer’s and grow the skill of planning for alternate games and endings at the same time.
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What do you think? Isn’t Chess worth a try at home with the kids.
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