Families That Play Together Stay Together

Playing chess with family
The internet times have made family bonds confusing. We send messages on our family group chats but barely spend time in the family room. Family dinners involve everyone on their devices and an awkward amount of silence. As an ardent chess player, I recommend adding a game night to the family sessions to save family time.
What better game to begin this bash with than chess?
Chess is a great way to get everyone to stay away from their gadgets and to get their minds active and running. Family tournaments can happen with each member competing against each other, and learning lessons can take place using books. Further, for kids that do not know chess, parents could bond with their kids by teaching some basics and making it a routine activity for the children to have chess lessons with mommy and daddy.

If you are a lucky parent and your parents are keen on the game, weekend getaways could happen by taking the kids to nearby tournaments. These tournaments could also turn into a fun picnic session for the family with long drives and yummy food alongside the tournament games.

The benefits of chess to young minds is a well-known fact among CHESS KLUB readers. Hence, adding chess time to the family routine will help nurture the house’s developing senses. As a parent, adding moral values to your kids’ lives is equally as important as academics.

While playing chess, every move a child makes teaches them that they are solely responsible for their actions, so they have to face the consequences. There is no better way to make a child realize the fundamental truths about life.

Whether in a game of chess or reality, a person should be bold enough to accept their own mistake and progress towards finding a solution. Learning chess and playing chess as a family will add the capacity to solve problems rationally and calmly amidst the family. Chess will help analyze situations that a family faces with unity and dedication.

Playing a game that encourages learning is the perfect way to incorporate educational play into your child’s life in a fun, non-stressful way. Chess sharpens critical thinking, encourages thoughtful planning, enhances math skills, stimulates verbal abilities, increases emotional intelligence, and increases the Intelligence Quotient.

These are all skills every child wants to see their child develop, so why not do it in a fun and healthy way?

Without further adieu, add this multifaced game to your weekly family schedule and go back to having real-time fun with your loved ones. Use chess as a medium to build a connection that may have gotten lost in the world of technology.

Freuently Asked Questions.

Who is this Chess KLUB for?

Chess KLUB is for any one willing to learn the game of chess as a leisure activity or to take part in competitive chess.

What is the minimum age to be a student?

At Chess KLUB we accept students who are at least 5 years or older

What are the levels of classes that are available?

There are primarily 3 levels – Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. In the Beginner level we teach the basics of chess, in the Intermediate level we teach Chess tactics and more…and in the Advanced level, we teach various Chess Strategies for the students to take their game to the next level.

How do I know which class I should opt for?

If you do not know chess, you will be at the Beginner level. If you already know chess, then we will assess where you stand and let you know which class you should opt for.

How many classes do you have per month?

At all levels, we will have 4 hours of coaching classes per month and 4 hours of optional practice sessions every weekend.

What is the duration of each class?

Each class is one hour

How does a typical class look like?

A typical class will have 6-8 students. The first 20-30 minutes will be mostly theory classes, followed by 20-30 minutes of game.

How soon can I join?

Once you’ve registered, we will let you know of your class start date. Usually happens within the first 10 days of registration or as part of a new batch, whichever is earlier.

Do you give homework?

Yes, this will depend on the level where you join. Beginners tend to have less homework and those in Advanced levels will have more complex homework/ puzzles to solve.

Is there a curriculum?

Yes, we do a follow a curriculum for each of the levels.