Download PDF by Linda Ozag: Juguemos al Ajedrez (Spanish Edition)

By Linda Ozag

El ajedrez es un juego common que se juega en todo el mundo. Es un juego para todos, no sólo para los ricos y bien conectados. Este libro se basa en las lecciones que hice con mis estudiantes de nivel elemental en nuestro membership de ajedrez. Me sorprendió lo rápido que los estudiantes aprendieron a jugar ajedrez y cómo fueron capaces de llevarse bien y disfrutar de jugar juntos.

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