Online Chess Classes
About Classes
Why Chess?
Chess Course Curriculum
Chess Course  FAQs
Why Tuitionpad
Book Free Demo

Online Chess Classes for Kids

Experience Online Chess Coaching From Professional Chess Trainers

Chess is like a gym for the mind, boosting memory, focus, and critical thinking skills. These benefits go beyond the board, helping them excel in school and life.
For Age 6 to 16
First Class Free
Online Chess Classes For Kids
MIT Scratch course for kids

MIT Scratch Programming 
Course for Kids (Block Coding)

Batch Type
1-on-1  & Group Classes upto 6 students
Classes Timing
Comfortable Timing
Classes Duration
60 Minutes
Instruction Medium

About Our Online Chess Classes For Kids

Chess is a cordial game that involves two minds competing against one another across 64 squares on a Black & whiteboard. With the course curated with the expertise of GrandMaster, Tuitionpad Online Chess Classes offers students an enthralling chess coaching with practical and championship-level approach.

Students will learn the movements of each piece, the most common checkmate patterns, special moves like castling, the basics of the opening, and unique tricks. Every child will get personal attention and feedback in small groups and see visible difference in their game in just 4 weeks!

Chess Curriculum

What your child will learn
Beginner Level

Chess for beginners

Intermediate Level

Ideal for learners who know basics of Chess

Advanced Level

Prepares you for Chess Competitions

Chess Beginner Level

Introduction to basic Chess fundamentals and students are ready to play with any adult

Our chess beginner's level is structured for novice players, who starting from grade 3 or grade 4, to the fundamentals of chess. It covers all essential topics. Through interactive lessons, practice games, and engaging activities, the beginners level aims to build a solid foundation, equipping beginners with the necessary skills to enjoy and improve in the game of chess.

With beginner level, students are ready to play with any adult.


  • Introduction to the Chessboard.
  • Chessboard ranks (rows) and files (columns)
  • Importance of setting up the board correctly
  • Basic moves for the chess pieces.
  • The concept of check. Illegal moves. Pawn promotion.
  • Castling -- definition, purpose, and the necessary conditions.
  • The three ways to get out of check.
  • The goal of a chess game. The concept of checkmate.
  • Basic chess strategy: capturing opponent's pieces. The value of pieces.
  • The concept of protection. Good and bad captures.
  • Basic opening strategy: development and control of the center.
  • Practice: checkmate in one move.
  • Checkmating a lone King with a King and a Queen.
  • Checkmating a lone King with two Rooks.
1-on-1 Classes

25 hours live 1-on-1 sessions
Puzzles, Quizzes & Problem Scenarios
Learn with an expert Chess trainers
Regular Feedback
Monthly Leader-board Score

Chess Intermediate Level

Roadmap to ace school and State level Tournaments

Intermediate level is designed to provide students real-life game tactics which must to know for chess game winning strategy and preparing them for competitive play and continued growth as chess player in School, District and State Level Chess Tournaments.


  • The concept of counting. Good and bad trades.
  • Basic chess strategy -- defense against opponent's threats.
  • Basic chess strategy -- the concept of a safe move.
  • Basic opening and middlegame tactics: saving the Rook against an attack by a Knight, a Queen, or a Bishop.
  • The concept of losing as little material as possible under adverse circumstances.
  • Basic tactics -- pawn fork, Knight fork, double attack.
  • Getting out of a double attack or fork without losing material.
  • Basic tactics: skewers, pin, piling up on a pin, trapping.
  • Basic tactics: discovered attack, discovered check, intermediate move.
  • Practicing checkmate in 2 moves.
  • Checkmating a lone King with a King and a Rook.
  • Basic endgame strategy -- capturing opponent's pawns and promoting your own.
1-on-1 Classes

30 hours live 1-on-1 sessions
Puzzles, Quizzes & Problem Scenarios
Learn with an expert Chess trainers
Regular Feedback
Monthly Leader-board Score

Chess Advanced Level

Path to becoming a FIDE rated chess player and ace National level chess tournaments

Advanced level aims to provide advanced players with a comprehensive understanding of chess strategy, tactics, and psychological aspects, enabling them to compete at National Level Chess Tournaments, FIDE and continue their growth as a professional chess players.


  • Complex examples of the use of forks, pins, skewers, trapping, discovered check, discovered attack, intermediate move.
  • Advanced tactical tools: clearance, interference, double check.
  • Essential opening theory.
  • Frequent checkmating patterns. Checkmates in 3-5 moves.
  • Essential endgame knowledge: King and Pawn against King.
  • Essential King and Pawn endgame concepts: bait, outflanking, protected passed pawn, outside passed pawn, pawn breakthrough.
  • Attacking the king with same-side castling: basic strategies.
  • Attacking the king with opposite-side castling: basic strategies.
  • When to trade and when not to trade Queens.
  • When to trade and not to trade the last piece.
  • The concept of zugzwang.
  • Invasion to the 7th rank: strategies and counterstrategies.
  • Essential endgame knowledge: Bishop Endgames.
  • Essential endgame knowledge: Rook endgames.
  • Never give up -- draw by stalemate and perpetual check.
  • Preventing the opponent's castling.
  • How to play when one is ahead in material.
  • Pawn structures: strong and weak pawns.
  • Advanced middlegame strategy: good and bad bishops.
  • Essential endgame knowledge: Bishop Endgames.
  • Advanced middlegame strategy: weak squares and Knight Outposts.
1-on-1 Classes

36 hours live 1-on-1 sessions
Puzzles, Quizzes & Problem Scenarios
Learn with an expert Chess trainers
Regular Feedback
Monthly Leader-board Score

Learn Web Development through interesting activities

imagine your world in scratch

Hobby Webs

Build your imaginary world through code while learning Scratch Programming
ball bouncing game in scratch

Ball Bouncing Game

Learn to build 3D Ball Bouncing game in Scratch Programming through the course
snake game in scratch for kids

Snake Game

Let's make your own Snake game in Scratch Programming the way to want to play
Catch Apples game in scratch for kids

Catch Apples

Let's make interesting Apple game and catch them using Scratch
fish memory game in scratch

Fish Memory Game

Build your Fish Memory game while learning Scratch Programming

What skills your child will gain from Chess

Critical Thinking Skills
Chess develops critical thinking skills in kids by requiring them to strategize, anticipate opponents' moves, and consider consequences before making decisions.
Memory Improvement
Chess improves memory in kids by requiring them to remember various strategies, patterns, and moves during gameplay, enhancing their cognitive abilities.
They need to focus intensely on the board for extended periods. Analyzing moves and planning ahead demands mental discipline, enhancing attention span.
Pattern Recognition
Improves pattern recognition in kids by requiring them to anticipate moves, visualize potential outcomes, and identify strategic patterns, thus honing their analytical skills and enhancing cognitive abilities at an early age.
Strategic Planning
Through analyzing positions, anticipating opponents' moves, and formulating long-term strategies, children develop valuable skills applicable in various aspects of life.
Time Management
Chess teaches kids to allocate their time effectively during a game, making decisions within time constraints. It encourages strategic planning and forward thinking, essential skills for managing time in various tasks.
Social Skills
Chess helps kids develop social skills by promoting communication and teamwork through discussing strategies and analyzing moves with opponents. It fosters sportsmanship by teaching them to handle both victory and defeat gracefully.
creative thinking skills
They need to think critically, anticipate consequences, and strategize several moves ahead. Through analyzing different possibilities and adapting to their opponent's moves, children learn to make sound decisions and think logically.

Learn Chess and get certificates

Get certificates and proudly show the world that you are a chess champ now
coding certificates for kids

Why choose Tuitionpad

Top Expert Chess Trainers

Learn from India's best chess teachers

1-on-1 or Small Group Batches

Smaller Batch Size, More personal attention

Interactive Live Classes

Real-time live classes, learn chess with real games

Quizzes & Assessments

Quizzes, Assessment to evaluate outcomes regularly

Active Community

Active community for young learners to nurture, encourage and help

Curriculum Developed by Top Experts

Curriculum based on STEAM and Bloom's Taxonomy 


How to Enroll in Chess Classes

Please find below the detailed steps to be followed as a part of the admission process for Chess Classes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Tuitionpad's Online Chess Classes like?
Our online chess classes are fully personalized face to face live classes, taken by expert chess players. A typical chess class consists of 20 minutes of conceptual discussion and 40 minutes of either supervised game play or puzzle based learning offering the right mix of blended learning.
Who are your Chess Instructors?
Our detailed chess curriculum is designed by FIDE rated expert chess professionals. All the chess instructors have been carefully screened and chosen for their expertise both in working with children and teaching chess. Also, time to time we keep trainings for instructors, this is an integral part of the program.
Why Chess?
Chess for kids is a multifaceted tool that nurtures cognitive, social, and emotional development. Through strategic gameplay, children hone critical thinking skills, learning to anticipate moves and plan ahead.

Patience and resilience are fostered as they navigate the challenges of the game, adapting to setbacks and persisting in their efforts. Moreover, chess is promoting communication, sportsmanship, and collaboration.

Its directly linked with improved academic performance, particularly in mathematics, reasoning and reading. Overall, chess offers a dynamic platform for holistic learning, equipping children with essential skills and laying the groundwork for lifelong success.
What is a good age to teach a child chess?
For Chess, there is no age criteria defined for kids by age or grades. But its suggested the sooner they begin, the higher are their chances of learning the skills and making them big in the game. As Chess is not only a game but with Chess, they also learn maths, problem-solving, strategic, analytical, strategic, and many other skills.
How important it is for the child to practice regularly?
According to a school of thought, it takes roughly 20 hours per week of practice to become a successful professional in any discipline.
A child aspiring to become a Grand Master can practice chess 2 hours a day during weekdays/ schooldays and around 4 hours on weekends. Chess being an individual sport, a player should learn to think for himself/herself and make tough decisions all by himself/herself. Regular individual work will help improve these qualities greatly! The importance of homework in chess cannot be emphasized enough.
How important is it to get the right Chess trainer for my child?
The right Chess trainer will not just pave the way for your child’s chess skills but also help in developing other important life skills. Tuitionpad, one of the best Chess classes for kids, has best team of FIDE rated trainers and curriculum is designed by most experienced Chess players.
How can my child learn Chess online?
You can enroll your child to Tuitionpad for online Chess program which designed for beginners, and chess players as well. Our Chess experts takes classes as per shared schedule. Tuitionpad is one of the best platform to learn Chess for beginners that focuses on making beginners be familiar with the game, making them play & compete regularly.
Is parental involvement needed in the process of learning chess?
We always encourage parents to be involved in their kids' learning as partners. They will learn faster and grasp required skills more easily with parental support. It doesn’t matter if you have the best chess classes for kids; parents have to involve themselves equally to ensure the child grows their chess skills exponentially. After class, parents need to check if the child has practiced enough, where they are facing challenges, if they are getting practical experience at home, and if they have completed all the tasks given by the chess trainers.
Where can our child practice chess after their chess classes?

After their chess classes, your child can practice chess at home or on online chess platforms such as Lichess, as well as with friends and family members who also play chess.

Not Satisfied? 100% Risk-Free Money Back Guarantee!

We will put every effort to provide you best learning experience ever. Still, for some reason, if you are not satisfied with our teachers, we will return the rest of the money within 14 days after your purchase.

Other Recommended Courses for Kids

Coding Classes for kids, Designing classes for kids, math classes for kids
Scratch Programming Course for Kids
Learn to make games, animations and stories with Tuitionpad's Online Scratch Programming Course.
Web development for kids
Web Development for Kids
Web development course for kids to teach kids to build amazing websites and interactive web pages.
Python Programming For Kids
Learn to make advanced websites and tools with Tuitionpad's Online Python Programming Course.
© Tuitionpad | All Rights Reserved
graduation-hatlicensecamera-videouserslaptoprocketmicclockchevron-down linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram