Chess is a wonderful board game to learn and try to master. Teaching your kids the basics of chess doesn’t have to be a challenge. Not when you can use these chess apps for kids to get them started in a more entertaining fashion:
Popular iOS Chess Apps for Children
Magnus Kingdom of Chess: a chess app for children 5 years old and up. It teaches them about different pieces, notation, tactics, and checkmating techniques.
Chess for Kids – Learn and Play with Pippo: a cute app that gets your children familiar with the chessboard. It has 12 training chapters, 20 characters, 6 types of games, and 36 missions. It helps kids memorize chess rotation and learn about the pieces and rules.
Dinosaur Chess: another kids’ chess app for iOS with interactive lessons, mini games/puzzles, and beautiful graphics that teaches your young ones what it takes to play the game. Advanced lessons are also available.
Ocachess: makes learning chess more fun for children. It comes with a bunch of interactive questions and challenges to teach your young ones the basics. It has basic and advanced modes.
Chess and Mate: has something for beginners and pros. It teaches you tactics and has plenty of exercises to reinforce what you have learned. It has a multiplayer mode too.
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