Parents ask us how they can get more involved with their child’s chess experience and education.
Here’s my favorite excerpt from a great article on Fatherly.com
Make It An After-Dinner Ritual
Instead of Netflix n’ children at night, consider playing a few games of chess as your new bonding activity. “I always encourage kids to ask their parents to play, because it’s a good way to bring the family together,” says Whipple. “A chess board is an opportunity to put down the phones for a bit, take some special time and connect.”
Read the full article on Fatherly.com