It is always good to hear from Sarah and Alex Longson of the Delancey UK Schools Chess Challenge.
Sarah and Alex had to change all of their plans for the 2020 Chess Challenge due to the current emergency and they did very well to create so many online events and to get them up and running in plenty of time for children all across the United Kingdom to able to join in the fun.
This week, they contacted me to let me know of another exciting new development: the launch of the brand new Delancey UK Schools Chess Challenge Activity Booklet.
I have seen the first booklet and I enjoyed solving all of the different puzzles and problems.
The content is arranged in order of difficulty, which will give children (and their parents) a sense of achievement as they move through the levels.
I have carefully selected sample pages which do not reveal any of the puzzles as I don't want to spoil your enjoyment of this excellent new resource.
All you have to do is click here to sign up and you will receive a weekly set of puzzles and problems.
You can also find out more about Sarah's Tournament Ready Chessable course, which is mentioned in the activity book, by clicking here.