Youth Chess Tournament with Chess4Life
Dates: March 26, 2022
Meets: Sa from 9 AM to 3 PM
Location: Robert Frost Elementary
Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
Give your child the gift of strategic thinking skills, problem solving, and resilience! Even if your child has just learned how the pieces move, you are welcome to join this FUN and positive, single-day competition! (Just be sure that your child understands what a checkmate is!) In fact, you could download this Chess4Life Starter Guide to review all the key rules of piece movement/checkmate! https://chess4life.lpages.co/rules-of-chess-guide/
All participants compete in 5 matches, with awards for individuals in performance and sportsmanship as well as team-based school awards (so invite your friends). First time tournament player? No problem! Your child (and you!) will learn the basic competition rules and develop skills foundational to success in life. Your tournament host is the founder of Chess4Life, National Chess Master, and Level V certified chess coach with the United States Chess Federation. Open to all chess players Grades K-12.
Tournament play divided into grades. Note student's grade and school when registering.
**Parents: Volunteers needed to make this introductory tournament successful! Please indicate your ability to help out! There will be several chess related volunteer spots and non chess related opportunities.Lunch/Concessions will be offered preorder and for sale onsite while supplies last. You may also pack/bring your own lunch/snacks/drinks.
Limited income-based scholarships available through chess4life. Please inquire if free or reduced lunch status.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Reg||$ 20.00|
Robert Frost Elementary
3101 South 4th Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD
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Elliott Neff is a National Master in Chess, author of A Pawn's Journey (October 2018), and Founder/CEO of Chess4Life,which exists to help kids develop life skills through the game of chess. What began for Elliott as a childhood fascination with chess has blossomed into an opportunity to positively impact hundreds of thousands of kids per week through Chess4Life programs. Elliott enjoys sharing his love of the game and especially the benefits of chess through speaking engagements, special appearances, simultaneous chess exhibitions, and blindfold chess demonstrations. His enthusiasm for making a difference in kids' lives through this fun game is contagious as he makes strategic moves toward the goal of reaching 1 MILLION kids per week learning life skills through chess. Learn more at www.chess4life.com.
|03/26/2022||Saturday||9 AM to 3 PM||Robert Frost Elementary|