Want to teach your child how to play chess? Don’t get overwhelmed with all of the pieces on the board. Learn how to play the knights game in this video. It is a simple game to learn and only takes 5 – 10 minutes to play. This is an excellent way to establish chess fundamentalsContinue reading “Introducing chess to your child? Teach them the knights game to help them learn how the knights move”
Learning Chess or want to teach your child how to play? Don’t get overwhelmed with all of the pieces on the board. Learn how to play the pawns game in this video. It is a simple game to learn and win, and only takes a couple of minutes to play.
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We have enjoyed our introduction to chess at White Oak Park in Dallas, Ga on Fridays from 10a-12p. Our group is growing and we are thankful to everyone that has made it out. There is nothing like a good game of chess at the park with friends. We are adding more days and times toContinue reading “Paulding Chess is Growing”
Join us Friday’s in August for an introduction to Chess. We are meeting at White Oak Park from 10am – 12pm at the pavilion in the back of the park. Ever wondered about the game of chess? If you’ve never had time to learn — now is a great time! We will introduce chess byContinue reading “Paulding Chess”
Our first Chess Square One, designed for absolute beginners, children and their (grand)parents. “I think our society would benefit in many ways if parents spent the time to teach their children chess. The bonding experience alone is amazing and the skills kids get from the game will help them in life. Plus their immediate schoolingContinue reading “Marietta and Kennesaw Chess Family Fun”
We want to let you know about a new group we organize in Atlanta called the Laboratory for Intergenerational Learning. These are questions members wish to ask of one another: What style of learning would be most effective for your child, student, resident, patient or loved one? What physical, visual, motor or cognitive impairments areContinue reading “Mentoring Madness”
I’ve been offered a lot of encouragement from the staff at a nursing center and family members to continue to grow our community outreach. The center offers physical therapy and cares for patients who require a brief stay to recover from surgery. The center also offers long-term care for those experiencing memory, mobility or otherContinue reading “New Frontiers”
I know a reputable chess instructor who would like to add at least one new chess coach to work four afternoons per week to assist with chess in after-school programs. Program times differ for each school, but only require being onsite each day for 1 1/2 hours. The pay is weekly and private chess lessonsContinue reading “Chess Coach Needed in Atlanta”
Getting even one chance this year to visit my family in Texas has been tough. Missing some important events earlier this year like my aunt’s funeral and my cousin’s wedding upset me quite a bit. Something wonderful happened in June however. My wife got a call from her Dad to let us know his frequentContinue reading “Chores Open Doors”
Warren and I have stepped up to the starting line. We recently took a vacation back to Georgia! Upon coming home we have decided it is time to get our priorities in order. First things first we need to get back in shape. One thing my family has always supported is a healthy life style.Continue reading “The Starting Line”
2010 was filled with emotion coming to grips with family members in risky health situations and even survival. My wife’s mother was recovering from major back surgery, and her grandfather was holding on after being diagnosed with stage-4 lung cancer that year. Unfortunately, within a few months, Leonard passed away during the Christmas holidays, soContinue reading “New Tricks In Their Final Stages”