*WIN* Chess Teacher – teaching kids to play the game

Do your children love the idea of playing chess, but can’t quite get the rules? Maybe you aren’t great at explaining the rules yourself? Don’t worry, let Chess Teacher help you out.

This clever set from Cardinal removes the major problem of learning chess, how the different pieces move. Each piece is marked with its name and arrows showing the directions in which it can legally move and how many spaces. The large (2-inch), hollow pieces are lightweight with extra-wide bases, giving them stability and comes with a folding board. A great help when being taught this great game – soon to be mastered!

This is currently available from Wicked Uncle for £15.95 and I think it’s utter genius!

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To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic Chess Teacher set, just enter the easy widget below. UK entrants only please.

WIN *Chess Teacher* from Wicked Uncle


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  1. I can.and my 8 year old has suddenly got as interested as he can be, he wants to play every night but just doesn’t quite get all the rules!

  2. I can play and we have been teaching it to my daughter this year so this would be really helpful for her .

  3. I can play chess – I learnt when I was 5 my dad taught me along with a bunch of other games – I was the only 7 year old who knew how to play cribbage lol

  4. I learned the moves of the pieces but had no aptitiude.would love my granddaughter to be able to play .This would be a fun way to learn.

  5. I can play and hold my own, but I could definitely use more practice. I’d love to get my son involved and have wondered how best to introduce chess to him.

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