Brain Fitness Solitaire Chess
If your child wants to sharpen his chess skills, but all his friends are chess connoisseurs, Brain Fitness Solitaire Chess was made for him. Using only traditional chess moves, he must eliminate all of the pieces from the game board except one. This logic game, based on the rules of chess, will not only help your child learn the game, but also greatly improve his ability to "think chess." Fast-paced Solitaire Chess will exercise your child's critical thinking, spatial, analytical, and decision-making skills. Solitaire Chess includes 80 challenges from beginner to expert, ten chess pieces, instructions and solutions, and a storage bag. Ages eight to adult.
10 Chess Pieces
Instructions and Solutions
4 levels of play, Beginner to Expert
Chess board features a storage drawer for easy cleanup
Movement rules, hints, and step-by-step solutions
Players: Single player
Awards and Endorsements:
Toy of the Year Nominee - 2011
Winner Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award - 2011
Winner Parents’ Choice Gold Award - 2011
Winner Parents’ Choice Silver Award Seal - 2010
Mom's Choice Silver Award
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by A to Z Learning Adventures
”Basically, with this game, you are playing against yourself. You are trying to eliminate one piece with every move... It's a process of elimination with one last piece standing.”Read the Review
review by Cummins Life
”Solitaire Chess is really a logic puzzle that must be solved for each challenge. The goal of Solitaire Chess is to capture a chess piece with every move you make until only one piece remains on the challenge card.”Read the Review
review by Cosmic Montessori School
“Whether you grew up playing chess or can’t tell the difference between a knight and a rook, Solitaire Chess is for you!”Read the Review
we love using single player games first thing in the morning to wake the brain up and this is a fantastic addition. It is fabulous for starting out fairly simple and going up in skill for each challenge. It has really helped my daughter with strategic thinking.
My 7 yr old son can not put this down. It has become one of his favorite pass time games.
Perfect for a child who loves chess but doesn’t always have a willing partner. My 8 year old son became quickly obsessed with chess and this is a great game for him to play that will not only develop his critical thinking but also hone his chess skills.
My boys are obsessed with Chess. This “game” is great for training your brain to see complicated moves and solve them. Skills will apply to playing chess games.
My 12year old son loves this game.