Help your child get ahead with Story Time Chess.

Introducing Story Time Chess – a revolutionary new game that lets you teach your child how to play chess as young as the age of 3!

Story Time Chess at Home

Story Time Chess is an web based curriculum that teaches chess to young children using silly stories, vibrant illustrations, “chessercises”, and fun game play. The stories and supporting materials communicate the rules of chess to children ages 3 and up in a way that makes learning chess simple and fun. Best of all, NO CHESS EXPERIENCE is required for parents or children to learn.

Story Time Chess is the only game/curriculum able to teach chess to children as young as age 3.

We utilize a unique cast of characters, in fun and interactive stories; children progressively learn to play chess. Our stories focus on why chess pieces move in their own unique ways and are supported by activities that cement chess knowledge in your child’s mind.

Our award-winning curriculum that is taught across the country in:

Schools nationwide

Students per week

After school programs

Strengthens academic performance

Improving retained test scores

Teaches grit

Enhancing arithmetical skills

Hones verbal skills

Sharpens critical thinking

Story Time Chess: The Game

We are currently developing a game for use at home to apply what we’ve learned about teaching chess to children as young as three from our curriculum and applying it to a board game designed for in-home use.

Story Time Chess for Schools

Story Time Chess has had great success partnering with countless schools, park districts, libraries, country clubs, and even retirement communities.

Story Time Chess at Home

Story Time Chess at Home is an web based curriculum that teaches chess to young children using silly stories, vibrant illustrations, “chessercises”, and fun game play. The stories and supporting materials communicate the rules of chess to children ages 3 and up in a way that makes learning chess simple and fun. Best of all, NO CHESS EXPERIENCE is required for parents or children to learn.