Chess Dad needs advice

WSama wrote:

Try daily chess with your kid. That impatience of theirs should develop into anticipation and excitement. Make it a fun thing: a magnetic board on the kitchen fridge perhaps, good feedback when they make a move (good or bad)... you know...

This is a great idea!  


Thanks Tumpai. Good luck to everyone.

Ziryab wrote:

Maybe start with this one: and the links therin.


Thanks for sharing. These are very interesting. However, I do find the implications somewhat vague. I eventually came to the link containing Nisovich's first chess lesson which is the most concrete explanation of the point I've seen. Certainly, something to consider in any case.