Fun in the Summer with Chess in NYC

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Make the right move and spend this summer with NYChessKids at their most popular Summer Chess Camps in New York City!

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Whether the child is a new-comer to the game or an experienced player, playing chess is a great way to keep a mind sharp throughout their lifetime.

Spend this summer with NYChessKids at their most popular Summer Chess Camps in New York City! They attract hundreds of children from all over the city, out-of-state, and other countries every year. This year they will be holding two camps in two different locations: P.S. 116 located in the heart of Midtown and P.S. 163 in the Upper West Side. The goal of the camp is to enrich a child's mind with chess in a fun learning experience; as well as engage them in other exciting activities.

Whether the child is a new-comer to the game or an experienced player, playing chess is a great way to keep a mind sharp throughout their lifetime. Absolute beginners are always welcomed.

Children participate in many competitive activities such as team tournaments and matches. Each day the class consists of playing time as well as lecture and study time. During their break, children can watch movies, play video games, participate in several sport activities, and other fun activities they offer. For very motivated students, the breaks are a tremendous opportunity for gaining specialized instruction from a teacher. Meals and equipment are all provided. Children will have fun and improve at the same time, while making new friends.

There will be two locations for Chess Camp this summer.
P.S. 116 — July 2 – August 30
P.S. 163— July 30 – August 17

Early bird pricing is available! Register before May 15th for a 1 week full day price of $300. Of course there are other options such as one full day, one half day, and select individual days to fit any schedule.

Check out NYChessKids website for more information about their Summer Program.

Don't miss out on this opportunity and register now to experience the camp first hand. It will be a fun summer camp experience they won't forget!

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