Chess Games for Kids
by: Boriol • 3
Chess has a very positive influence on people who practice it as it develops cognitive and attention skills.
Numerous studies have shown that children who play chess, without necessarily being strong players, show a significant improvement in many other important areas of development: spatial thinking, numerical and analytical skills, verbal communication, and even artistic imagination.
With this application we try to approach, in a playful way, this discipline to the little ones.
At the same time as they learn the pieces, the basic movements and their value on the board, they will be improving their ability to concentrate, memory, logical-mathematical reasoning ... all with various activities created in a friendly interface.
Addition, subtraction, sudokus, repeated pieces, notation, are some of the tools that will be used to enhance attention, concentration, math, analysis and reasoning of the user.