So you have (or need):
One chess board, this has 8squares by 8squares, the bottom right corner should be white, (etiquette)
32 "Chessmen" these fellows are your army, instead of the classics "red v blue" it's black v white, there are 16 white and 16 black chessmen.
Please note: All chess sets differ in some ways, especially the decorations of the pieces, but they usually share the same "shape".
Co-collaborater latobada and Burning Questions group.
Step 1: The Battlefield.
Your chessboard is a standard black & white squared board with places for all the chessmen,
It is standard that the bottom right corner is a white square.
Step 2: Pawns.
The Pawn is like a foot soldier, he is at the front line and "cannot retreat", they can only move forwards! The Pawn line the front, so there is eight of them, they are usually moved first.
Moves of the Pawn. They are allowed to move two squares to the front of them only if they are still at the starting point, after that they crawl forward one square at a time! (Please view the second picture for an example)
Attacking, Pawns can only attack to to the front as long as it is diagonal, (view third picture)
There is one other thing about the pawn but it is more advanced and will be mentioned later.