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The benefits of chess for children

Chess movement can improve concentration, observation, memory, imagination, thinking and wisdom!


First of all, chess requires very high attention. If you want to win in a match and understand the opponent's moves, it is impossible to play chess without sufficient attention. Therefore, playing chess can help children's attention. concentrated.

Second, the survival of a piece during the chess game will be related to the trend of other pieces and even the whole game. Observation is a necessary quality for our future work. Many valuable ideas and creative ideas are inseparable from careful observation.

Third, playing chess improves children's memory. Regardless of the huge openings, middle games, endgames, well-known offensive and defensive systems, and classic chess games, the next step must be a good memory, and all chess masters must be memory experts, keeping them in their minds. There are countless varied moves.

Fourth, emphasizing the ability of logical thinking will help human thinking be organized and systematic, and improve the agility and rigor of thinking.

The non-intellectual factors of chess include emotions, will, interests, character, needs, motivation, goals, ambitions, beliefs and worldviews. Through confrontation, children can learn the rules of life, thereby enhancing their due discipline, patience, and judgment. Cultivate outstanding qualities of will such as tenaciousness, courage, perseverance, wit and flexibility. Cultivate a hobby of sports and hone your personality. When you encounter a master, it is difficult to win. You will choose to avoid, shrink, or challenge your opponents to improve yourself until you finally defeat him. This is precisely the process of a person's willpower growth! This is a simple but not simple game of chess to realize the various difficulties that may be faced in life in the future. How do we make choices when we encounter difficulties?

Playing chess allows children to learn to adjust their emotions, improve their mental endurance, learn to recognize themselves, recognize success and failure, and cultivate children's discipline and self-control awareness. Experience frustration in the game and enhance cooperation ability. Through a game of chess, children can experience various life experiences such as success or failure, honor and disgrace, joy and sorrow. In addition, chess with the characteristics of specific education, art, and science, in addition to being competitive, is the best choice for people's leisure and entertainment. It can cultivate sentiment and enrich our amateur cultural life. You can also make more partners and friends through chess.

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