Diversity in Chess

Diversity in Chess

Since the game of chess emerged in India some 1,500 years ago, it has always presented the possibility of an ideal level playing field: two sides of equal strength vie for control of sixty-four identical squares. But the road to equality and inclusion among its...

Story Time Chess on The Today Show!

Story Time Chess has hit the morning show jackpot! This week we were featured on The Today Show as one of six recommended holiday gifts by Parents Magazine Editor-In-Chief! Out of the 50 toys chosen for Parents Magazines’ Best Toys of 2021, Story Time Chess was...

Winning and Losing with Story Time Chess!

We believe that friendly competition has enormous benefits for kids, especially in early childhood. But you don’t have to take our word for it! Here are two parents who love the way Story Time Chess has helped their child navigate winning and losing like a...
7 tips to get the most out of Story Time Chess

7 tips to get the most out of Story Time Chess

The best way to introduce a young child to chess is to start with Chapter One of the Story Time Chess storybook. If your young chess player is three or four years old, it’s always best to start slow! Most families find the most success by reading 1-2 new stories...