Why Chess

Chess contributes to academic performance and makes Kids smarter. It does so by teaching following skills


Children are taught the benefits of observing carefully and concentrating. If they don’t watch what is happening, they can’t respond to it adequately.

Thinking Ahead

Children are taught to think first and then act. We teach them to think moves ahead. Over time, chess helps develop patience and thoughtfulness.

Weighing Options

Children are taught that they don’t have to do the first thing that pops into their mind. They learn to identify alternatives and consider the pros and cons of various actions.


Children are prompted to imagine a sequence of moves and actions before it happens. We actually strengthen the ability to visualize by training them to move the pieces in their mind, first one move and then several moves ahead.

Analyzing Concretely

Children learn to evaluate the results of specific actions and sequences. Does this sequence help me or hurt me? Decisions are better when guided by logic, rather than impulse.


Children are taught to develop long range goals and take actions to achieve it. They are also taught of the need to reevaluate their plans as new developments change the situation.

chess for kids
  • Improves Concentration level
  • Improves Decision making
  • Increases IQ level
  • Improves problem solving skills
  • Enhances reading ability
  • Increases memory
  • Enhances mathematical and logical abilities.