Why chess for children? This video explains it

May 15, 2019
  JacquelineW
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Chess is a game that is 1.400 years old. How come that today it is regarded as an important educational activity? The European Chess Union answers this question in a beautiful video. A tip of the veil: it has to do with the 4 C's of critical thinking, creativity, colloberation and communication. With these skills, that learning chess provides, children are ready for the rapidly changing world in which they grow up.

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