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History of Chess:
It’s an ancient game with a history dating back nearly 1500 years. The game was originally known as chaturanga in northern India. Chaturanga refers to four divisions: infantry, cavalry, elephantry, and chariotry. This eventually evolved into modern chess. This is a synopsis of the game.
Benefits of chess:
It enhances memory, and strategic thinking and even exercises both sides of the brain. Chess also boosts creativity, concentration, and IQ levels. Furthermore, it boosts brainpower and teaches planning and foresight. And here’s the best part: all the advantages we’ve discussed so far? They just happen naturally. Furthermore, playing chess with your children is enjoyable.

How did the 4*4 board come to be?
As Chess has so many benefits, I decided to teach it to my 4-year-old son. At first, I taught him using an 8*8 board, but I couldn’t explain it because he was too young to grasp it.
So, one fine day, I had the idea of why I can’t start teaching chess using a 4*4 board, and from that day on, I began to create this brand new ‘Chess Mate.’ There are four different types of tasks. I’ve given them names like egg, caterpillar, pupa, and butterfly. At the beginner/egg level, I started with four pieces and progressively increased the number of pieces to eight at the expert/butterfly level. I devised 12 difficulties for each level, for a total of 48 challenges. and we titled it ‘Chess Mate.’ This is how Chess Mate got its start.
This ‘Chess Mate’ has proven challenges. I’ve been using this since my child was four years old. I’ve shared this with several other parents, and they’ve all found it to be quite beneficial. As a result, I’d like to share my experience to assist other responsible parents like you.
Free chess course :
Now we’ve launched a free chess course for children and novices.
This course will be taught in a step-by-step way.
In this course, we will discuss content areas like
1. Introduction to Chess Pieces.
2. How do the Chess Pieces Move?
3. 48 Challenges
a) Beginner level challenges
b) Intermediate level challenges
c) Advanced level challenges and
d) Expert level challenges
In subsequent videos, we’ll go through each of these topics in greater depth.
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  1. Interesting ..when the this chess program will start…pls provide schedule

  2. Excellent videos for assisting kids in learning this lovely game. The instructions are so simple to understand. My child loves these videos and tries to implement the same on the chess board… probably this is the first time, am seeing such an unique way to teach chess… keep up with the amazing work Shilpa ma'am… looking forward for more…

  3. Thank you for sharing such wonderful and intelligent videos that will help our little ones to learn this great game.

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