Chess

A new study recently found that playing chess improves children’s capacity to take calculated risks, here are some reasons why you should think about getting your young ones into this 1,000 year-old game!

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A new study recently found that playing chess improves children’s capacity to take calculated risks, here are some reasons why you should think about getting your young ones into this 1,000 year-old game!

1. Exercises the Brain.
Playing chess requires a complete mental workout! Chess utilises the entire brain, developing both the left and right hemispheres, which is crucial for young minds.

2. Improves Memory.
Chess is a game of strategy, with pieces that move in specific patterns. These patterns must be memorized in order to play.

3. Improves Concentration.
Playing chess is an excellent way for kids to take a break from ‘information overload’ and immerse themselves in a fun and enriching game.

Interested? At BNK we’ve sourced some of the brightest and most talented chess masters to tutor your young ones, sign-up or call us on 09-942 5888