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- Vancouver Ho Math Chess Flyer - 2012 Summer Program
- Flyer - Chess for Juniors Age 4 and Up
- Flyer - 2010 September Ho Math and Chess Magazine
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Hi! My name is Frank Ho, was a BC certified math teacher. I am the founder

of the original and real Math and Chess. Ho Math Chess has over 10

worldwide locations and there are some good reasons. Ho Math Chess is

managed by husband and wife (Frank and Amanda) team along with a group

of dedicated teachers.

I began teaching and coaching my son, Andy, chess when he was 5 years

old. Andy later became a FIDE chess master. In addition, I am the author of

the worlds first Magic Chess and Math Puzzles workbook, which can be

found at the Richmond public library, and I have also published over 20 math

workbooks. Some of Franks past experiences and qualifications are as

follows:

BC certified teacher

Master of Science degree

St. Georges summer school teacher of chess and puzzles for over 10

years

Statistical consultants at UBC and University of Utah for over 15 years

Member of the BC Math Teachers Association

Author of papers published in BC math teachers publication Vector

Amanda Ho has a Bachelor of Science and has been a professional engineer

and tutor for over 25 years in China and Canada. She has published over 20

math and chess workbooks. Amanda teaches multi-subject including math,

chemistry, physics, calculus, and chess with one subject fee paid.

Many students at Ho Math Chess have won awards in math contests and

their names are posted at Ho Math Chess bulletin board and also appear at

www.mathndchess.com.

All classes are conducted in English. All our teachers either are

former teachers or professional specialists.

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Preparation - Little Math Master

Many parents are confused on how to prepare their children in preparing the math

entrance test for the private schools. Ho Math Chess has published a math workbooks

which not only advance children's math competition ability, it also increases

children's math knowledge in very systematic method. Many number sense strategies

are taught to children to make them feel learning math computation is not difficult

but fun.

The use of the following workbooks published by Ho Math Chess could be used:

Problem Soling and Math IQ Puzzles for Primary Students

Do you have a child who seems to have difficulties in learning very basic calculations

or lacks of ability to master computation skills? This could be a sign of Dyscalculia.

Frank Ho has published a few articles on Dyscalculia which could be found at the

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Ho Math Chess also published a few workbooks to help students with math

disabilities or dyscalculia.

Pre-k and kindergarten Math: Remediation for Math Dyscalculia and Math

Disability

Math Entrance Test Preparation for Private Schools

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A + Math class

The fear of working on dreaded traditional computation worksheets is over, try our

world famous fun and educational math, chess, and puzzles truly integrated and

copyrighted (Canada 1069744) worksheets

Children learn math, chess, puzzles, word problems, and math contests all in one

class. Ho Math Chess has been the world leader and expert in teaching elementary

math using its copyrighted and worlds first math, chess, and puzzles truly integrated

workbooks since 1995. By walking through puzzle-like worksheets, children are

more focused on learning with interest through spatial relations, table look-ups,

sorting, classifying, comparing, patterns, and analyzing etc. The research results of

using this revolutionary teaching method have shown statistically significant impact

on raising childrens math marks, improving their problem solving skills, and

improve brainpower.

A research article written by Frank Ho on Enriching Math Using Chess can be found

at www.mathandchess.com. The condensed version of this program has been offered

at St. Georges summer school for over 10 years.

Ho Math Chess has published the following workbooks to be used in the class.

Principle Math

Fundamental Math

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Elementary and Middle schools

Ho Math Chess has published a few math contest preparation workbooks. Ho

Math Chess is also the sponsor of Kangaroo Math Contest. For details on

math Kangaroo contest please phone Frank at 604-263-4321.

The following Ho Math Chess workbooks could be used in the classes.

Ultimate Math Contest Preparation - Basics

Ultimate Math Contest Preparation for Beginners

Ultimate Math Contest Preparation for Intermediate Students

Ultimate Math Contest Preparation for Advanced Students Volume 1

Ultimate Math Contest Preparation for Advanced Students Volume 2

Ultimate Math Contest Training Camp for Grades 1, 2, and 3 Students

Ultimate Math Contest Training Camp for Grade 4 and up Students

2015 Canada Math Kangaroo contest awards.

Name

Grade Awards

Isaac Wong

Terry Deng Taili Deng

Xiaowen Linchen

Otto Young

Jack Jia Bao Zhang

Zi Lin Li

Bradley Louie

Tony Wang Liu

Melissa Zhang

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Top 10% in Canada; Vancouver Silver Medal

Top 25% in Canada; Vancouver Bronze Medal

Top 25% in Canada; Vancouver Silver Medal

Top 25% in Canada; Vancouver Bronze Medal

Perfect Score; First in Canada; Vancouver Gold Medal

Top 10% in Canada; Vancouver Gold Medal

Top 5% in Canada; Vancouver Silver Medal

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Ho Math Chess has published a work specifically for preparing SSAT. It not

only could be used to increase SSAT percentile but it also could increase a

student's math knowledge. It is not just a test preparation workbook, it could

be also used as a fast -track workbooks to raise students' math level to a

higher level than their peers. Ho Math Chess could offer a student with a

reference which could let the student stand out above all others because Ho

Math Chess also teaches chess and puzzles and could train students in math

contests etc

The following workbooks could be used in the classes.

SSAT Quantitative Sections Preparation for Grades 3 to 7

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Ho Math Chess has published a workbook which also includes cognitive

preparation. Many of our previous students have entered into Lord, Byng,

Magee, Point Grey, Prince Wales and Churchill mini school or special math

programs.

Problem Solving and Math IQ Puzzles Volume 5

SSAT Math Quantitative Sections Preparation for Grades 3 to 7

private school admission application assistance if the student has met the

following requirements:

Must be willing to build a good study habits and be willing to do

homework as assigned.

Students must be in our math program for at least 6 months in order for

us to issue recommendation letter or provide reference so that we get to

know students better. The time requirement is also to allow students to

have enough time to improve their ability.

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accomplishments in addition to math because we could offer math, chess,

and puzzles integrated program to students.

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(Age 4 and up)

Chess teaching is also our specialty. Frank Ho had wanted to teach his 5year old son, Andy, how to play chess but did not know how. So Frank

researched the game and taught Andy chess. Andy then became the

youngest Canadian chess master at the age of 12 and a FIDE chess master.

This is how math and chess got started. Frank Ho has had 16 years of

relationship with Vancouver chess community and is pleased to have a chess

master on board to teach this class. Please phone Frank Ho at

604-263-4321 for class details.

The following workbook published by Ho Math Chess will be used:

Magic Chess and Mathematical Chess Puzzles for Juniors

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Vancouver Courier

Published on 11/22/2006

By Mark Hasiuk-Staff writer

A Vancouver math tutor is using the ancient game of chess to help students checkmate problems

with math. Frank Ho is the founder of Math + Chess, a tutoring company headquartered in

Kerrisdale that offers once-a-week sessions to students from Grades K-12, although he mostly deals

with elementary school children.

Ho said his unique teaching method combines the elements of fun and competition with the

mathematical principles required to play chess. "The goal is to checkmate your opponent, but to do

that you need to devise patterns and visualize a chess diagram and come to a numerical conclusion,"

said Ho, adding that students compete against each other or an instructor.

Ho said young chess players develop math skills more advanced than what they learn during their

regular school studies. "If kids play chess at an early stage, six or seven years old, they in fact are

learning mathematics principles they won't learn until Grades 4 and 5," he said. "In school, children

learn in simple one line patterns like 2, 4, 6, 8, from left to right or sometimes vertically. When they

get older they get into fractions and cross multiplying, but we train them to think in a multidirectional way at an early age."

Ho emigrated from Taiwan in 1978 and earned a masters degree in statistics before becoming a

statistical consultant at UBC. He started Math + Chess in 1995, after watching his son - who is

studying medicine at the University of Manitoba - become Canada's youngest chess master at the

age of 12.

Ho studied the relationship between math and chess in textbooks and several academic journals, and

became convinced that combining the two disciplines could benefit young students.

"Math problem-solving can get boring because you are basically just competing with your brain,"

he said. "This is a hands-on approach of friendly competition where students can see a result before

their very eyes."

Ho's Kerrisdale learning centre now tutors approximately 200 kids a month at $34 for a two-hour

session.

The success of his Vancouver operation allowed Ho to franchise, and there are now Math + Chess

outlets in Burnaby, Richmond, a handful in the United States and one each in India and Mexico.

Mary Zahrai enrolled her six-year-old daughter in Math + Chess so she would have an easier time

with her regular studies.

"Her problem-solving has really improved," said Zahrai, "I thought it might be too complicated for

her, but it's been really good for her brain. She is doing very well with her school math, and I know

she likes the challenge of competition when playing chess with the other kids."

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Frank Ho

Canada Certified Math Teacher

My son Andy was interested in chess when he was a bit over 5 years old and at that

time my chess knowledge was zero. I thought it was an interesting project if I could

learn chess together with him so I went to the Vancouver library and borrowed a few

chess books and started to teach him chess by reading those chess books.

Once he learned chess moves, we played games together. Perhaps it was because I

could teach end game in separate and independent topics, Andy learned the end game

first. Initially I had to study the moves of all kinds of end game tactics first before I

could teach him, but gradually I could not study fast enough to teach him so I had to

ask him to study with me together by using a method that is I read the book and he

made all the moves according book instructions, the end result was often he

understood the meaning but I was still trying to piece all the information together.

Now I have taught many young children chess and many of them are even as young

as 4 years, I was able to observe how Andy or some strong players behaved

differently from other weak players at the very young similar age. My personal

observations of strong young players are they possess the following characteristics:

1. Can grasp the chess ideas very quickly whether it is theory or tactics.

2. Incredible good memory and can remember the variations of opening lines

very deep.

3. Are very much interested in playing and thoroughly enjoyed it.

4. Have a sharp eye in seeing tactics and also the results of what if etc.

5. Have patience in finishing playing a game from the beginning to the end

despite the end result might be a loss.

6. Is more willing to think alternate moves before making a move.

Only after learning chess a few months, Andy was able to make fast progress and at

that time I knew I need someone else to help him to advance to a higher level. At the

same time, I was trying to find him a chess clubs but in the 1990s era, there was no

junior chess club in Vancouver so I had to bring him to the Senior Chess Club in

Kerrisdale. A few of seniors showed some discomfort in playing such a young boy

although a retired medical doctor showed tremendous interest in playing Andy and

the doctor took all the time he needed to make a move (no clock was used) when

played against Andy. Perhaps because of this, Andy was trained to be patient when

playing chess at such earlier age Andy was a bit over 6 years old.

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Quickly we realized that we need to find a place so Andy could continue to hone his

skills, UBC (University of British Columbia) Tuesday night chess tournament was a

perfect place since he gained so many points by going to UBC Tuesday night and

played against adults. At this point, there was no benefit for Andy to play against

other children since Andy was already in different league.

What troubled me the most was I could not find anyone who I personally feel could

teach Andy to bring him to the next level or perhaps to the world chess competition

level? The problems I found with most the chess coaches at that time were the

following:

1. They all had their pet openings in mind and could not teach other lines well if

Andy was interested in learning other lines, so it might be beneficial for Andy

just to buy chess books and learn from books.

2. Most teaching are not structured well enough so Andy could see the whole

picture, instead a piece meal fashion way of teaching was conducted so the

effect is Andy would not be well and thoroughly trained.

3. No experience or idea on how to train a young child to bring him to the world

stage.

4. No training plan is in place but rely on casual presentation of personal past

accumulated chess knowledge or experience.

5. No analysis on what opening style is suitable for Andy to play.

6. Most chess coaches did not even prepare for the lesson but were only

interested in playing a few games.

After going to a few different chess coaches, I was at loss to find a way to educate

Andy so he could continue to progress. One day, an idea clicked in my mind, that is if

those chess grand masters are so good in chess and their games are all publicized then

why dont I analyze their games and study what opening lines they used and Andy

simply could learn from those grand masters by using the criteria of how they play

well or not when using those lines?

Without a chess coach, how did I train Andy to reach the world competition levels in

1990s? Not meant to exhaust listing my ways of helping Andy, I did all the

followings:

Bought chess video tapes.

Corresponded with some retired chess grand masters.

Studied on how Chinese trained their young chess players by reading Chinese

chess magazines.

Subscribed all major chess magazines.

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Analyzed how some grand chess masters became masters and how they were trained

when they were young.

Bough all good chess books on openings, which I thought will be good for Andy.

Bough computer chess software and PC so Andy could play and practice chess 7/24.

Browsed on Internet to find out how other countries trained their young chess

players.

After did all the above, I concluded that Andy must be so good at some open theories that he

could perhaps claim to be an expert in some opening lines. So what the chance an average

chess player could beat a player who is more or less an expert in some opening lines when

the average player is forced to play the experts open line? This had become Andy focal

training point without hiring a chess coach. The beauty is this training method can be done

anywhere and anytime as long as there is a computer and chess book around. At competitive

level, if one could win at the opening, basically it is a boost psychologically.

When training Andy, I faced another difficulty that is to try to find the answer for what if

question at the opening. Too much time is wasted to find a solution when facing an

unfamiliar opening line. Because of this reason, I studied all the opening lines by using 2

most popular chess openings books in the earlier years of 1990: Modern Chess Openings

and Batsford Chess Openings 2 to find all the main variations that Andy would play when

facing different openings. The end product of his opening lines is all variations were drawn

on a sheet with the area size covering the surface of an office desk. In Andys mind, he has a

repertoire of what he will do if his opponent plays certain lines. He is so well prepared on

what if variations of opening.

Andy was one time dubbed as terminator if he played his pet opening since most chess

players in Vancouver just did not have the expertise when facing the openings, which Andy

has trained to play.

Am I advocating teaching children to play chess without a coach? Certainly not. A good

coach will save ones time and the road to success is actually shortened. But on the other

hand, what if one just cannot find a good coach? In this condition what can a child do if he

or she would like to become a chess master? My way of training Andy so he later became

the youngest Canadian Junior chess champion and a FIDE chess master and a Canadian

chess master could be a way of training a child to become a chess master.

What would I do differently if given the time machine to revert back? What I would do is

perhaps not to spend so much time to train Andy chess to the world stage to compete,

instead take some time away to also advance his math knowledge. By doing this, math will

help Andy in his academics directly and all the way to university. This is also one of the

reasons that I got into math and chess integrated teaching and also founded math and chess

learning centre so children could learn chess and math at the same time.

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Free Information,

Specializing in teaching children fun math using math, chess, and puzzles integrated

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All classes are conducted in English.

Frankho ChessDoku

Location: Ho Math Chess, 6093 West Boulevard (and 45th), Vancouver

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