X

Download CHESS FOR KIDS PowerPoint Presentation


Login   OR  Register
X

Share page



  Preview

               
Home / Sports & Recreation / Sports & Recreation Presentations / CHESS FOR KIDS PowerPoint Presentation

CHESS FOR KIDS PowerPoint Presentation

slidesfinder By : slidesfinder

On : Feb 10, 2014

facebook   twitter   google plus  
In : Sports & Recreation

Embed :
2132
views

25
downloads
Login / Signup - with account for


  • → Make favorite
  • → Flag as inappropriate
  • → Download Presentation
  • → Share Presentation
  • Slide 1 - CHESS FOR KIDS Lesson 1
  • Slide 2 - Lesson Goals What is chess? Chess facts. Chess history. Why learn chess?
  • Slide 3 - What Is Chess? A game. A sport. An art. All of the above!
  • Slide 4 - What Is Chess? A game for only two players played on an 8x8 board where the object is to capture the opponents king.
  • Slide 5 - What Is Chess? Chess requires a lot of mental skill. It can be played indoors or outdoors. It is played on a board with 64 squares of alternating colors. There are 32 chess pieces...16 for each player.
  • Slide 6 - What Is Chess? All of a player’s pieces are the same color. The objective is to capture the king. Eliminating many of your opponent’s pieces and controlling the board are secondary objectives.
  • Slide 7 - What Is Chess? The game can end in a draw with no winner. Each piece has its own unique rules of movement. A piece is captured by landing on the space the captured piece occupies.
  • Slide 8 - Chess Facts Almost 30 nations integrate chess into their school curricula.
  • Slide 9 - Chess Facts The FIDE (International Chess Federation) is the 2nd largest sporting organization in the world!
  • Slide 10 - Chess Facts Chess is recognized as a sport in over 150 countries worldwide.
  • Slide 11 - Chess Facts Chess was played as an exhibition sport in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
  • Slide 12 - Chess Facts There are more books written on chess than any other sport.
  • Slide 13 - Chess History Chess is believed to have originated in northern India or Afghanistan before the year 600 A.D.
  • Slide 14 - Chess History As the world’s population grew and nation’s began to trade with each other chess moved to the rest of Asia and then Europe.
  • Slide 15 - Chess History Examples of early chess pieces.
  • Slide 16 - Why Learn Chess? Who Cares? Chess helps to develop higher order thinking skills. It will help you with your verbal, mathematical, and memory skills.
  • Slide 17 - Why Learn Chess? Who Cares? Because your teacher said so!
  • Slide 18 - Why Learn Chess? Who Cares? They played it in Harry Potter!
  • Slide 19 - Why Learn Chess? Who Cares? It is fun, and you might just learn something!
  • Slide 20 - Review Chess is a game for two players. The player that captures the king wins. Chess is believed to have originated from northern Indian and/or Afghanistan around the year 600 A.D.
  • Slide 21 - CHESS FOR KIDS Lesson 2
  • Slide 22 - Lesson Goals Get to know the board. Board orientation. Files and ranks.
  • Slide 23 - Chess Basics – The Board A chess board looks very much like a checker board.
  • Slide 24 - Chess Basics – The Board A chess board has 64 squares of alternating colors. 8 rows and 8 columns.
  • Slide 25 - Chess Basics – The Board The colors a chess board is made up of can be any two contrasting colors. White and Black are very common. Chess piece colors may or may not match the board colors.
  • Slide 26 - Chess Basics – The Board The board must be placed with a light square at each player’s right. “Light goes on the right.” Player 1 sits here. Player 2 sits here.
  • Slide 27 - Chess Basics – The Board The rows are called RANKS. There are 8 rows.
  • Slide 28 - Chess Basics – The Board The columns are called FILES. There are 8 columns.
  • Slide 29 - Chess Basics – The Board The ranks (rows) are numbered from 1 – 8.
  • Slide 30 - Chess Basics – The Board The files (columns) are labeled from a – h.
  • Slide 31 - Chess Basics – The Board The knight is on f5. The king is on h3. The queen is on g3.
  • Slide 32 - Chess Basics – The Board DON’T WORRY! You can play without knowing this, but you should be familiar with the terms.
  • Slide 33 - Review A chess board has 8 rows and 8 columns. Players sit on opposite sides of the board. The board must be turned so that the each player's right corner has a white (light colored) square. Rows are referred to as ranks and are labeled 1-8. Columns are referred to as files and are labeled a-h.
  • Slide 34 - CHESS FOR KIDS Lesson 3
  • Slide 35 - Lesson Goals Get to know the pieces. Rook. Bishop. Queen. King. Knight. Pawn.
  • Slide 36 - Chess Basics – The Pieces There are 32 pieces in chess (only 6 are unique). Each player gets 16 pieces of the same color. Each player starts with the same 16 pieces in the same positions.
  • Slide 37 - Chess Basics – The Pieces The 6 unique pieces are: The pawn -The rook The knight -The queen The bishop -The king
  • Slide 38 - Chess Basics – The Rook Each player starts with 2. A rook can move horizontally or vertically forwards or backwards. A rook moves until it captures or hits a piece of the same color.
  • Slide 39 - Chess Basics – The Rook
  • Slide 40 - Chess Basics – The Bishop Each player starts with 2. The bishop moves in a straight diagonal line forwards or backwards.
  • Slide 41 - Chess Basics – The Bishop
  • Slide 42 - Chess Basics – The Queen Each player starts with 1. The queen moves like the rook and bishop combined. The most powerful piece. Always starts on a square of her own color.
  • Slide 43 - Chess Basics – The Queen
  • Slide 44 - Chess Basics – The King Each player starts with 1. Moves like the queen except only one square at a time. The most valuable piece. Always starts on a square that is NOT his color.
  • Slide 45 - Chess Basics – The King
  • Slide 46 - Chess Basics – The Knight Each player starts with 2. Moves 2 squares horizontally or vertically and then one square diagonally. The ONLY piece that can jump other pieces.
  • Slide 47 - Chess Basics – The Knight
  • Slide 48 - Chess Basics – The Pawn Each player starts with 8. Least powerful piece with the most complicated rules. The pawn typically moves one square forward. There are 3 exceptions to this rule.
  • Slide 49 - Chess Basics – The Pawn A pawn may only attack diagonally. A pawn may move 2 squares forward on only its first move. There is a special capture a pawn can make called “en passant”.
  • Slide 50 - Chess Basics – The Pawn
  • Slide 51 - Review Each piece has its own unique rules of movement. The knight is the only piece that can “hop” other pieces. The queen is the most powerful. The king is the most valuable.
  • Slide 52 - CHESS FOR KIDS Lesson 4
  • Slide 53 - Lesson Goals Setting up the board. Rules, rules, rules.
  • Slide 54 - Setting Up The Board The board must be oriented so that the square in the right corner facing each player is white. The queen must be on a square of her own color. Follow the diagram below. Player 2 Player 1
  • Slide 55 - Additional Rules - General White (or light color) goes first. You capture another player’s piece by moving into the square that piece occupied. The game ends when there is a checkmate, stalemate, or a draw (more on this later). A player may resign (quit and loose) at any time. A player may propose a draw after his/her turn.
  • Slide 56 - Additional Rules – Promotion A pawn that makes it to the other side of the board may be promoted to any other piece. A queen is nearly always chosen because of its power. Yes, you can have two queens on the board at once. If a piece can be captured, a player may decide not to capture it.
  • Slide 57 - Additional Rules – Touching When a player touches one of his/her own pieces, then he/she must make a legal move with this piece, if possible. When a player touches one of his/her opponents pieces, then he/she must capture this piece if possible. When castling, the king must be the first piece touched. J’adoube – “I adjust”
  • Slide 58 - Additional Rules – En Passant This is a special capture technique for pawns and very rare. It only applies to pawns that move 2 squares on the first move. If the pawn could have been captured on the first square, the other player can capture it only on the next turn.
  • Slide 59 - Additional Rules – En Passant
  • Slide 60 - Additional Rules – Castling The king and rook can move at the same time if the following is true: The king and rook involved haven’t moved. The king is not in check before, during, or after the move. All squares between the rook and king before the castling move are empty. The king moves 2 square towards the rook, and the rook moves over the king to the next square.
  • Slide 61 - Additional Rules – Castling Black cannot castle!
Valuable Key Free PowerPoint Template

Valuable Key

Views : 826

Coffee Bean Free PowerPoint Template

Coffee Bean

Views : 281

Swans Free PowerPoint Template

Swans

Views : 437

Air Baloon Free PowerPoint Template

Air Baloon

Views : 916

Photography Free PowerPoint Template

Photography

Views : 444

Dollar Free PowerPoint Template

Dollar

Views : 429

Room Interior Free PowerPoint Template

Room Interior

Views : 452

Tulips Free PowerPoint Template

Tulips

Views : 224

Yoga Free PowerPoint Template

Yoga

Views : 2354

Firefighters Free PowerPoint Template

Firefighters

Views : 1238

Mosquito Free PowerPoint Template

Mosquito

Views : 1867

Open Book Free PowerPoint Template

Open Book

Views : 914

Maple Leaf Free PowerPoint Template

Maple Leaf

Views : 473

Interior Free PowerPoint Template

Interior

Views : 520

Team Free PowerPoint Template

Team

Views : 851

Step to Success Free PowerPoint Template

Step to Success

Views : 561

Statistics and Graph Free PowerPoint Template

Statistics and Graph

Views : 655

Domino Free PowerPoint Template

Domino

Views : 564

Gerbera Free PowerPoint Template

Gerbera

Views : 323

Gym Free PowerPoint Template

Gym

Views : 522

Description : Available CHESS FOR KIDS powerpoint presentation for free download which is uploaded by honey an active user in belonging ppt presentation Sports & Recreation category.

Tags : CHESS FOR KIDS

Shortcode : Get Shareable link