Your move!

The U.S. Chess Federation lists chess clubs for all ages by state at its Web site, uschess.org.

Want to learn and/or master the game? Here are a few free sites that the American Chess School’s Robert Ferguson recommends:

chesskids.com: Learn to play chess with a free online chess course.

chesskit.com/training/ocp: Play online against the chess computer.

freechess.org: Play chess for free.

chesskit.com/training/tactics: Chess is 99 percent tactics; practice them here.

chesscorner.com: Tutorials and other great info

chessgames.com: Master games to review openings, tactics, etc.

Learning opportunity

My Discover-E (mydiscover-e.org), a Web site from the National Engineers Week Foundation, introduces kids to engineering experiences, including interactive projects and events in your town..