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If anyone has experience how to coach younger kids, age 10 or so and successfully foster an appreciation for endgames, then please let me know how you did it.
I am not sure whether I am able to help you,but I run a chess class local to where I live in which I teach beginners.I teach them all aspects of the game,these people are over 50 years of age but the same rules would apply to whoever wishes to learn the art of chess.One way in which to teach end games would be through giving them chess problems to solve, I do this for my pupils. I hope this is of use to you.
Robin ( aka chess_guy72 ).
Teach them on basic patterns in the Endgame (opposition, geometry, Rook endgames, pawn endgames, bishop, knight endgames etc.)
Also teach them to love the endgame. Because in endgame occurs the players real test.
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