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Its not a joke, Play Chess with Your Kids

  1. 1. Chess helps you Concentrate
  2. It’s a reasonably long and involved game. My kids love it so much, they get so involved. You can see the gears whirring, the clogs ticking. The brain being exercised.
  3. 2.Chess Develops Problems Solving Skills
  4. What happens if you put your pawn there? Is mummy likely to take it with her queen? How do you get to your ultimate goal of killing your opponents king?
  5. I’m always surprised when I’m busy concentrating on a little pawn when suddenly my king is under attack.
  6. My kids are good at attacking!
  7.  Chess Improves Your Memory
  8. Just remembering how all the pieces move is enough to stretch my memory. There are heaps of other moves that you can read up on as well.
  9. Playing Chess Uses both sides of Your Brain
  10. Chess is a great 3D game and exercises both parts of your brain. As we get older we focus more on one side, the left side and let our right side of the brain get lazy. The more we use both sides of the brain, the better. Brains need to be used and exercised to function at their maximum capacity.
  11. Playing Chess Can Raise Your IQ.
  12. Clever people play chess. FACT.
  13. Chess Teaches Planning and Fore Sight
  14. Chess Helps with Strategy Thinking
  15. Chess Improves Your Attention Span
  16. When you’re involved and enjoying something, you’re more likely to concentrate for longer. Do that frequently and you’ll soon improve your attention span.
  17. And the attention span of your kids.
  18. Chess Improves Reading Skills
  19. A study in 1991 looked at reading performance in elementary schools and compared it with children who didn’t play chess. The kids who played chess were above the national average for reading skills (and they were from a district that overall was below the national average.) I’m sure it’s just to do with getting all those bits of your brain working.
  20. Chess Increases Creativity.
  21. Creativity is linked with the right side of your brain. Chess helps your children to come up with original, creative thoughts.
  22. See? All those benefits just from playing a game.
  23. The best part of all these brain-inducing benefits of playing chess is that they just come naturally. You just play chess and have fun. You don’t need to worry about the benefits, it’s not like sitting down to study a book.
  24. Yep, it’s great for your kids, but it’s also great for you! As adults, we are so stuck in what we do, it’s great to give our brains a mental work out, to keep it exercising. There was a study that said that people over 75 who played games like chess were less likely to get Alzheimer’s disease.

 

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