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Stanislav Komsky says that Chess is a Fun and Learning Experience

Children tend to get inspired by learning through playing board games and purchasing a chess set could be a great educational experience for them. Many people don't realize life lessons can be learned just by sitting down one day and playing that game of chess with a child and who doesn't like chess? What a child can learn by playing chess:
 
Thinking Before Acting: Chess teaches in an almost brutal way. Chess teaches to think first before making a move. And it teaches by punishing a player again and again for failing to do it. These lessons are painful, but less painful then learning the same thing in real life. When you choose a house or a career without enough thought, or even if you choose what to say to an irritating co-worker without enough thought, it can punish you far more than losing a queen in a chess game.

Cause and Effect: Thinking about an action and what will happen after the action is carried out. This is a perfect representation in chess that teaches an all important life skill. What will happen after a player makes his action? In real life we all know that actions always lead to a reaction. The same idea applies to playing a chess game.

Keeping Your Goal In Mind: In chess, the goal is getting your opponent into checkmate, and this is where playing chess you direct your attention

In life, it's equally as difficult to keep our important aims clearly in mind. The world seems to constantly take us off course and soon we forget about what our goals once were. By playing chess your child attains the ability to bring their mind back to the goal, and this teaches them an invaluable skill about reaching goals in life.

There are certainly many more skills that children can obtain from playing a classic game such as chess. These include; making a plan but keeping your plan flexible, utilizing time wisely, protecting what you have, and much more. As you can see, Chess can be a great way for kids to incorporate learning while at play; this type of quality time between parent and child can make for the best educational experiences as well.

Mr. Stanislav Komsky is an expert consultant for board games, chess boards, and dungeons and dragons miniatures and a writer who takes time out to write articles in his spare time, where he'll help you pick out the perfect chess set. Stanislav Komsky will help you select something special from a huge selection of unique chess sets, chess boards and collectible themed chess pieces.
For more reading, visit here: https://stanislavkomskyblog.wordpress.com/

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