When playing chess, children calculate a large number of combinations and learn to choose the best option.
Children become able to analyze their own actions and their opponent's, as well as understand a playing style and psychological characteristics.
During a game of chess, a child needs to memorize a large number of algorithms and the arrangement of pieces on the board, as well as previous moves. This develops visual and chronological, types of memory.
Children will learn to make decisions quickly and use their time as efficiently as possible in a variety of conditions and formats.
Your child receives life experience, and at the same time learns grace in defeat without unnecessary losses and with the support of trainers and psychologists.