I give chess lessons to children and I've been told by my boss that the most important ability at this age is the capacity of delivering checkmate to the opponent.
I've taught them the back rank mate, the smothered mate, pillsbury's mate, mate with a rook, ... Among many others.
I was wondering what checkmate patterns would also be appropriate for children this age. I know that, for example, it would be too difficult for them to learn the 2 bishops checkmate.
P.S. The children are not going to engage in any kind of competition, the most important objective of the class is that they have fun.