What Are Your Kids Doing This Summer?

by Shai Hecker, Operations Intern 


With the school year nearing its end, many parents are wondering about what they are going to do with their kids for the summer. Some of you may be worried that your kids are just going to have to cope on their own for the next few months. It’s really important that your kids stay productive during the summer by going to camp. Being productive is essential to your kids’ growth. It’s important that your kids spend their time well this summer and not watch television all day. Summers are an essential time for your kids to grow socially and to explore the world in ways that they can’t during the school year. Camp is a vital part of a child’s growth. Even if your kids’ camp is closed it is important that they stay active and socialize whether at a distance or over the internet.

This summer, Premier Chess will have a virtual camp led by its CEO, Evan Rabin. Evan Rabin is a National Chess Master and he has 15 years of teaching experience and manages 80+ chess programs in schools across the United States.

 

 

 

 

The camp is open to students in grades K-6 and it will cater to students from Beginner to Expert levels. Camp will begin June 15 and last until August 28th.

Features of the camp will be live lectures, tournament style games, social opportunities, puzzle competitions and more! Players will be grouped together based on age and experience in chess.

Here is the tentative schedule for each session:
-½ hour: Social Play and Feedback
-1 hour: Live Lesson
-1 hour: Tournament Style Game
-½ hour: Group post-mortem game review
-In addition we will be taking stretching and exercising breaks throughout.

Register here.

If you have any questions please reach out to Evan Rabin at evan@premierchess.com or
(917) 776-1306.