Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Charlotte's Second Chess Lesson

Tonight Charlotte had her second Chess lesson. Her first was in September (read the post here) so we're on track for about one a year. Seems to be working.


Something that hasn't changed: Charlotte's stacking strategy. On the other hand, not a single piece got chewed on.


What a move! Bg4+! Now that Charlotte is talking more, she's able to pick up words easily. She learned all the names of the pieces although "Bishop" was the toughest one. "Pawn" and "Queen" were the easiest, and I figured "Horsey" (she knew this without me telling her) was acceptable!


Looks like a Chess champ to me! This was a fun 20 minute activity which she actually played on her own for a portion of. Next lesson... sometime in the fall probably!

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7 Smart Remarks:

Anonymous Mom Hoyer said...

Wow! Way to go Charlotte! She looks like a pro already! Too Cute!

12:57 AM  
Anonymous Susanna said...

Haha that is so adorable! It's so cute how she says "horsey" instead of knight! It's also cute how she likes to stack them still. :)

5:39 AM  
Anonymous Stephanie said...

Way to go Charlotte!

She is doing great! I love the big chess board..perfect for a kid to learn on.

She is looking so big!

Charlotte will have to teach my kids how to play Chess! ;)

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Nick Amado said...

Very cute! Watch out Andrew soon enough she will be beating you!

9:10 AM  
Anonymous e. said...

Amazing.....She might qualify for the Guiness Book of World Records..."Youngest Chess Player" !

6:35 PM  
Blogger Stephanie Steiner said...

How cute! She is so big already! Wow!

9:03 PM  
Blogger Naomi Joy said...

hehe too cute! Taking after daddy

7:41 AM  

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