Story Time Chess

Story Time Chess

Story Time Chess • Ages 3+ • $49.99www.StoryTimeChess.com

Story Time Chess (https://storytimechess.com/storytime-chess-the-game/) is based on a chess teaching method that has been utilized and perfected over the last 12 years through a New York City-based company called Chess At Three, which has successfully taught over 80,000 children in the last decade how to play chess through stories. The same story-based curriculum being used by these tutors is also being licensed by over 1,000 schools. The brand-new game compresses 12 years of knowledge from teaching young kids how to play chess and the result is a beautifully designed game that can teach any person from age 3-103 how to play chess through fun engaging stories and exercises.


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Story Time Chess-Finalist 2021 Game of the Year-FEATURE

STORY TIME CHESS CHECKMATES ALL OTHER GAMES WITH A COVETED TOY OF THE YEAR NOMINATION

Unique Chess Set Teaches Children 3+ to Play Using Stories Brooklyn, NY (November 10, 2020) – “King Chomper has a big belly so he moves very slowly, in fact one step at a time.” Children hearing this tale quickly discover…

Checkmate! Story Time Chess Wows Spring 2020 Judges With Bold Characters, Thick Game Pieces And Ideal Story Length To Engage Tots, Tweens & Parents

NAT’L PARENTING CENTER, TILLYWIG & HOT DIGGITY AGREE SPRING HOPES ETERNAL TO (FINALLY) LEARN CHESS

Checkmate! Story Time Chess Wows Spring 2020 Judges With Bold Characters, Thick Game Pieces And Ideal Story Length To Engage Tots, Tweens & Parents Brooklyn, NY (May 11, 2020) – Looking to introduce the kids to a classic game, explained…

Story Time Chess • Ages 3+ (really!) • $49.99

AS STORY TIME CHESS ARRIVES AMIDST PANDEMIC PAUSE EVERYONE IN THE HOUSE CAN LEARN CHESS, REALLY!

Invite King Chomper, The One-Step-At-A-Time King, To The Kitchen Table Or Couch For Memorable Lessons Outlining The Timeless Game Of Strategy Brooklyn, NY (March 20, 2020) – It was only a few days ago that parents pondered, “what could we…