Children playing and loving chess
younger than ever before, through stories
At Chess At Three, we understand the profound benefits of chess and the effectiveness of learning through storytelling. Our mission is to stand as the authority in early childhood development by extending the benefits of chess through the power of storytelling. Teaching all our children, as young as the age of three to play and love chess, developing their minds for greater success in all facets of their future lives.
Chess is mental weightlifting. Any encounter with the game increases the player's mental capacity: developing strategic thinking, creative problem solving, and working memory.
Particularly in children, the game of chess helps develop individual self control and focus, as the structure of the game requires forethought and strategic planning.
Chess is a difficult game to learn and play, requiring endurance through a single match, and determination to return to the game after a hard fought defeat.
Our custom digital curriculum portal gives teachers access to lesson plans, instructional videos, tips, interactive moments, physical movement "chessercizes", and guidelines for gameplay at each level of development.
— Miss Stephanie, Exton, PA, Director, and Goddard School 2014 Director of the Year