[[File:CescageS.jpg|thumb|Chess Piece Identity Master Diagram]] (shows 12 pieces)
This jpg.file is a hand-drawn illustration which was copied off a paper onto the wikiversity.org article: “Essential Preschool Part I, Eco-Education Toys”—I haven’t figured out how to post it here, sorry.
The project is a chess set—any size including large enough for an 8-, 10-, 12-foot board painted on an authorized driveway or parking lot, or dyed into twin (half) carpets that can be laid on a lawn temporarily. The pieces have a pedestal, a body, and arms that stick out of drilled holes, clearly indicating which is which (P, N, B, R, Q, K). It can be entirely made from little sticks—either branch or lumber cutoff—for arms/headpieces; variously shaped body-pieces; chainsaw-checker or plywood-layered pedestal; glue, screws or nails, etc.
If anyone knows how to transfer the diagram from Wikiversity over here, I would appreciate the help, otherwise it can be seen there. Hopefully at some point I’ll learn how to use photobucket and solve the problem.