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Chess for Young Kids ( age 4-6)

  • #21

    Never press him, if after some time he shows other interests, or just less interest in chess, allow it to happen.

  • #22

    based on my experience ,if chess is properly taught to kids(not just pushing woods) and there are kids or tournaments that they can compete on, majority of them won't lose interest at chess. Other hobbies might interest them, but they won't lose interest at chess.

  • #23

    Nice Kid! happy.png

  • #24
    evert823 wrote:

    Never press him, if after some time he shows other interests, or just less interest in chess, allow it to happen.

    To be honest, he is more eager to learn that I am to eager to teach.... he can be exhausting at times hahaha....at the moment in time, I think that I am the one feeling pushed to teach him... but thanks for the tip.... its important for me that he enjoys what he is doing, so I wont force him to play if he is not interested, but because I play myself, I think he wants to "be like daddy" and joins in happy.png 

  • #25
    The_Helloer wrote:

    Nice Kid!

    Thanks happy.png I dont know how it works, but maybe I can share some picture of him playing chess on here.

  • #26
    jambyvedar wrote:

    @PastotJLM yeah enroll him in that tournament. kids usually likes to play against their fellow kid. i am sure he will enjoy it and it will make him appreciate chess more. i think the arbiter will allow it as your son is qualified for U7. I have seen many 4 years old kid play in a tournament. win or lose it will be a good enjoyable learning experience for your son.

    Still waiting for a response from the organizer, but I cant see why it should be a problem. 

  • #27
    jambyvedar wrote:

    @PastotJLM yeah enroll him in that tournament. kids usually likes to play against their fellow kid. i am sure he will enjoy it and it will make him appreciate chess more. i think the arbiter will allow it as your son is qualified for U7. I have seen many 4 years old kid play in a tournament. win or lose it will be a good enjoyable learning experience for your son.

    Still waiting for a response from the organizer, but I cant see why it should be a problem. 

  • #28

    null

    So this is my son playing a game of chess in a "John Cena" outfit on Spring Day at school

  • #29

    null

    Here he is playing against his Grandfather....My dad lets him win, so don't let the position fool you into thinking my son is that good....yet happy.png 

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