Our camp goal is to foster an environment of learning and fun,
so that students are happy before and after the day.
During the break, students can play chess games on computers or play sport outside. For very motivated students, the breaks are a tremendous opportunity for gaining specialized instruction from a teacher.
While the format of each camp day is the same, the content and form of the lessons varies day-to-day. There is always a warm-up session and the “tournament-style” session, but the other sessions can take different forms, for example:
- Puzzle solving (various forms of tactics; endgames; studies; etc.)
- Multimedia lesson with projector
- Lesson on demonstration board
- Analysis session
We have full day (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) and half day (9:00 AM to 1:00 PM / 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM) options.
With the half day option, students work on chess for the duration of their stay here. For students staying for the full day, the morning will be mostly devoted to chess, while in the afternoon there will be an outdoor exercise portion (weather permitting) followed by a tournament-style game and analysis session with the teachers.
We accept kids as early as 4 years old up to 13. At the Chess Camp we make sure that each child will be studying in a group with children of similar age and playing skill.
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