Ho Math Chess is the only organization, which has successfully combined arithmetic, chess moves, Sudoku, and puzzles all on one worksheet. The students will have to use their logical thinking skills to analyze the relationship between computation procedures and analyze data or puzzles to use chess moves to come up with answers for multiple conditions.

The computation direction may not always be literal from left to right or top to down and could be in 8 directions as in queen's move or knight's moves. Some problems may propel students to get answers from the mathematical chess puzzles and then transfer its answer to the arithmetic question.

These materials are fun to work with and also are very suitable for enrichment teaching. No chess strategies or tactics knowledge is required other than follow the chess move symbols.

If the student or parents are looking for game-based learning or teaching material, then you have come to the right place because Math + Chess + Puzzles = fun Math

**Intellectual Property**

**Why our workbooks are unique, effective, and fun**

Ho Math Chess has many copyrighted intellectual properties, including the world's first bi-column chess and math integrated* Learning Chess to Improve Math*.

Ho Math Chess uses chess and puzzles to have created math, chess, and puzzles integrated and copyrighted worksheets. This innovative idea has revolutionized how math worksheets were created. These divergent, versatile, and enriched workbooks made us stand out above the crowd among all math learning centres. Ho Math Chess also created Frankho ChessDoku, which integrates math, chess, and Sudoku and Frankho ChessMaze, which integrate math and mazes, and chess moves altogether. These math worksheets integrate information geochronology such as browsing the Internet, puzzles, chess moves, math all on one sheet.

Ho Math Chess also has taken the idea of Chinese Model Problems and Line Segment Diagram in training students on math contests and the strategies which are much emphasized in North America to create a series of unique math contest workbooks.

Ho Math Chess also created workbooks for students with dyscalculia. For private school entrance exam preparation, we created a math entrance test preparation workbook for lower grades students. In the area of testing preparation, Ho Math Chess has produced a preparing SSAT workbook and a workbook for preparing math challenging programs.

More information about our workbooks can be found from the following three books, which are available from www.amazon.com and many other countries' amazon websites. Click on each book below to find out more about their contents.

**List of our publications**

**List of our publications**

The following is a list of published Ho Math Chess workbooks, which are available at www.amazon.com and many other countries' amazon websitesby searching ISBN number. Click on each book below to find out more details.

**If your child has not mastered the four basic computation skills, then our addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division workbooks should greatly help your child. If the child faithfully finishes each sheet, they should have no problems mastering the computation skills.**

From kindergarten to grade 3 is time to build a solid foundation of computation ability and foster some problem-solving and critical thinking ability. The emphasis is to encourage students to think on their own by not giving straight answers right away. Our unique chess and puzzles workbooks are all math-related to bring some fun to students. However, the workbooks suggested for a particular grade are only served as a guideline. The teacher should move workbooks around grades to best suit students' abilities and needs.

We have the world's first and unique 3-in-1 workbook series: Math Contest, Problem-Solving, and Math IQ Puzzles, all in one workbook for grades 1 to 7.

Please consult with your local Ho Math Chess office regarding our workbooks created for grades 8 to 12.

**Why we use Microsoft Onenote**

Because we use Onenote online teaching materials, so if the student is using a graphics tablet such as the iPad, then the tutor can see what student is working on OneNote when going to the Draw mode. Ths student can erase the writing by using an eraser, and you can do the same if you are using a Microsoft touch screen computer or an iPad.

But the document camera will let you write on any physical paper so that the students can see your writing with a regular black ballpoint pen. However, in case your document camera has a problem, you can always use Onenote to teach by using an iPad or a graphics tablet because Onenote is a digital paper.