Your student will get the best results if you take an active roll in his/her chess progress.
Encourage daily practice, even if only for a few minutes each day. Like learning an instrument, short but consistent practice yields great results in the game of Chess.
If the content is too hard, change your difficulty setting in the student dashboard.
Take the time to work through challenging material with your child. Watch the movie lessons and then solve some matching puzzles together.
Celebrate your child’s successes. Reward them for milestones earned through number of puzzles completed, games won, or error rate improvements.
Play chess on a physical chess board with your child, and encourage them to play with friends.
In your home, always have a chess board out with the pieces set up.