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Category: Holiday Chesscamps Archive - Chessschool Regez

Chess for children in the summervacation in Küsnacht (ZH)

Published at Wednesday, 28. June 2016 at 19:15 Uhr

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IMG_3133The chessschool Markus Regez organises once more chesscamps in the summer vacation for kids from 5 and older. In the week from 1.- 5. August, from 8. – 12. August and in the week from 15. – 19. August we offer a full-day chesscourse from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch.  Adress: Schachschule Markus Regez, Seestrasse 149, 8700 Küsnacht. (Please use the parkingplaces in the near accomodation).

Contents
Each child will get a workbook on chess with dodgy chess puzzles and exercices. We play a lot on the board to learn tactics and strategies. Every child can learn a lot at our computer stations by playing fritz&chesster, majestic chess, lego chess and others. For reasons that it will be not too top-heavy we will go inbetween also to the schoolyard nearby to play ping-pong, frisbee an soccer. On the last day we will organise a little chesstournament for the children with chessclocks an prices for every participant.

Fees
5 days from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch costs CHF 375.-
5 days from 9 am to 12 am or from 1 pm to 4 pm costs CHF 180.-

Registration
You can announce yourself by mail under: markus.regez@schachschule-regez.ch or use the contactsheet here: contact

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Chesscamp for children in the Sportvacation 2016

Published at Wednesday, 8. February 2016 at 23:29 Uhr

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IMG_3460The chessschool Markus Regez organises once more chesscamps in the sport vacation for kids from 5 and older. In the week from 15th – 19th February and in the week from 22th – 26th we offer a full-day chesscourse from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch.  Adress: Schachschule Markus Regez, Seestrasse 149, 8700 Küsnacht. (Please use the parkingplaces in the near accomodation).

Contents
Each child will get a workbook on chess with dodgy chess puzzles and exercices. We play a lot on the board to learn tactics and strategies. Every child can learn a lot at our computer stations by playing fritz&chesster, majestic chess, lego chess and others. For reasons that it will be not too top-heavy we will go inbetween also to the schoolyard nearby to play ping-pong, frisbee an soccer. On the last day we will organise a little chesstournament for the children with chessclocks an prices for every participant.

Fees
5 days from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch costs CHF 375.-
5 days from 9 am to 12 am costs CHF 180.-

Registration
You can announce yourself by mail under: markus.regez@schachschule-regez.ch or use the contactsheet here: contact

 

Chesscourses in the autumn vacation 2015

Published at Wednesday, 22. September 2015 at 13:00 Uhr

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IMG_3452The chessschool Markus Regez organises once more chesscamps in the autumn vacation for kids from 5 and older. In the week from 5th to 9th October 2015 we offer a full-day chesscourse from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch. In the week from 12th of October to the 16th of October 2015 there will take place a chesscourse from 9 am to 12 am. Adress: Schachschule Markus Regez, Seestrasse 149, 8700 Küsnacht. (Please use the parkingplaces in the near accomodation).

Contents
Each kid will get a workbook on chess with dodgy chess puzzles and exercices. We play a lot on the board to learn tactics and strategies. Every child can learn a lot at our computer stations by playing fritz&chesster, majestic chess, lego chess and others. For reasons that it will be not too top-heavy we will go inbetween also to the schoolyard nearby to play ping-pong, frisbee an soccer. On the last day we will organise a little chesstournament for the children with chessclocks an prices for every participant.

Fees
5 days from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch costs CHF 375.-
5 days from 9 am to 12 am costs CHF 180.-

Registration
You can announce yourself by mail under: markus.regez@schachschule-regez.ch or use the contactsheet here: contact

 

Chesscamps in Autumn

Published at Wednesday, 10. September 2014 at 12:27 Uhr

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IMG_1660The chessschool Markus Regez organises once more chesscamps in the autumn half-term for kids from 5 and older. In the week from 6th to 10th October we offer a full-day chesscourse from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch. In the week from 13th of October to the 17th of October there will take place a chesscourse from 9 am to 12 am. Adress: Schachschule Markus Regez, Seestrasse 149, 8700 Küsnacht. (Please use the parkingplaces in the near accomodation).

Contents
Each kid will get a workbook on chess with dodgy chess puzzles and exercices. We play a lot on the board to learn tactics and strategies. Every child can learn a lot at our computer stations by playing fritz&chesster, majestic chess, lego chess and others. For reasons that it will be not too top-heavy we will go inbetween also to the schoolyard nearby to play ping-pong, frisbee an soccer. On the last day we will organise a little chesstournament for the children with chessclocks an prices for every participant.

Fees
5 days from 9 am to 4 pm with lunch costs CHF 375.-
5 days from 9 am to 12 am costs CHF 180.-

Registration
You can announce yourself by mail under: markus.regez@schachschule-regez.ch or by the contactsheet.

 

Chesscamps in the Springvacation 2014

Published at Wednesday, 28. April 2014 at 18:22 Uhr

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IMG_1292The kids are learning and playing with a lot of fun in the chess-school Markus Regez in Küsnacht. They are playing a lot on the chessboard but not only the classical chess but also double-cross-chess, dice-chess and give-away-chess. During the day we went twice to the near schoolplace and played pingpong, badminton, frisbee and chess on the big moblie chessboard. Here are some impressions from the springchesscamp 2014.

 

 

 

 

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Yay! The new website…

Published at Wednesday, 27. April 2013 at 15:28 Uhr

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Colourfull and fresh like the Spring. The new website keeps you informed about all the chesslessons. In the next time it is also planed to post some video for learning more about chess with tipps for beginners and advanced. Please take a look read more »