KLOO Games

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Helen Nobbs

September 11th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

This is a really good game ! It is quick and easy to learn , but really effective at teaching vocab ! I bought it after my daughter started Spanish at school . She loved playing it , and even during the first game she was picking up new vocab quickly . The cards are really straightforward to play with and have a pronunciation guide for each word , which is really handy !! The Kloo website has extra game ideas , and also the option of printing out new cards in different tenses . I would highly recommend the game !

jboscocamon.cprlorca

September 1st 2017

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To help students engage in learning activities, competition is a key element. By implementing Kloo with our learners, we succeeded in setting up pair competitions and small group activities. Playing boardgame with MFL learners in a mainstream state-funded classroom-context seems inadequate at first. Reluctant colleagues and learners’ mistrust towards their own capabilities to build sentences did not contribute either. Only after some of our learners realized how easy it was, they started asking to implement KLOO Learn Spanish Games, Pack 1K in class, instead of other activities. The visual component is one of the keys of its rapid success. Engagament and involvement of learners is also absolutely essential for language success in our case. Our colleagues at school asked whether there were more expansion packs to deal with other language areas such as false fiends and cognates, idioms and similes, proverbs, etc).

Maria Sikora

August 25th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

Hi Andrew, I think it is really nice and good marketing strategy, that you give your customers a personal touch.. I am a retired Spanish teacher, now I have a U3A group, and we tried it last week.. and they really enjoyed it.. and they are looking forward to play all the other decks.. after playing the game they felt really good.. and realized that learning Spanish is not that difficult and can be achieved.. even if you are 60+

Amy B

August 24th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

I bought the Kloo board game Race to Paris to improve my nine year old's French skills. The game is great because it introduces new words in a fun way and the whole family can play at a mix of levels. It's a brilliant way of encouraging children to speak a new language and my daughter really enjoys correcting her dad when he gets things wrong! Merci!

Lauren Glanfield

August 11th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

My daughter has struggled learning to read but these cards have helped her so far she is excited to make sentences and write them

Kate

May 26th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

I am a French teacher and this game has worked well my beginning students. We have been using decks 1 & 2 (people and food). It's a great way to practice sentence structure and the students enjoy the competition. They say that it is fun and "painless". Even my less motivated students get into the game and like the fact that they can use the clue words on the bottom of the cards to figure out the new / unknown words. They have even started to "steal" words for points when their classmates falter in their translations. This has added even more competition as the students must really be prepared and quickly translate. Many have become more vigilant and make good use of the resource of the word bank they create from the bottom clue words. I have noticed an improvement in the students's writing since working with the Kloo decks. Their sentences have become more detailed and they are better with adjective placement and agreement. I am looking forward to the addition of more tenses and I would like to see more connectives such as relative pronouns (qui, que, dont & où) and transitional words (d'abord, ensuite, puis, etc) that you can never practice enough.

Anita

May 11th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

After I was super excited and he called it silly once I got him to start playing he had so much fun constructing sentences and guessing the meaning (complete begginer) that he wanted to play three games in a row after winning (without the extra rules cuz I know french). Very fun, love the other card game types suggested on the extra cards. Certainly got my not interested bf to go through all the cards later on to show me how many words he can guess the meaning off

Claire Tomlinson

April 24th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

This game is absolutely fantastic and I would thoroughly recommend it! My pupils really enjoy playing it and learn so much from it. It has really improved their grammar skills, enabling them to create all sorts of interesting sentences. It is not only useful for teachers but it is also a great family game for parents who want their children to learn languages.

Debbie Palmer

April 9th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

The best game out there for getting students to create sentences in the target language. I love how the game teaches as kids play it!

Henrietta

March 19th 2017

hi 5 star(s)

I've been using KLOO for Spanish I & II and my student absolutely love it! This is the easiest and most interactive way for students to learn how to construct language.

Catherine Le

November 14th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

Excellent - my classes love it!

June O'Sullivan

October 31st 2016

hi 5 star(s)

I am using the game with a range of different ages and abilities. Fun and educational. My students are developing their vocabulary and their understanding of French syntax

Emily Coston

October 14th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

As a languages teacher, it can sometimes be hard to motivate students to enjoy languages, KLOO is a different way for my classes to learn French in a fun way. My low ability year 9 class love it; as a class where half the students are absolute beginners, KLOO is incredibly inclusive. The cards are colour coded for verbs, nouns, adjectives etc, so without knowing it the students are improving not only their french grammar but their english too and the unknown vocab is also translated on the bottom of a different card. My students love this game and I would recommend it to anyone looking to learn french, whether it be in a classroom or at home!

Emily Coston

October 7th 2016

@KlooGame just played Kloo with my low ability yr 9French group.... they LOVED it! Thanks for creating such a great game!

Claire G

October 2nd 2016

@KlooGame just got deck 1 and deck 2 for French, they're great!!

Blanca

September 13th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

I am an English teacher and I usually share resources with some of my colleagues. Another teacher brought this game to school and I just fell in love with it. It has many possibilities to work the language in class and it can be adapted easily to the level of the students. And it is also funny, so students do not want to stop playing and learning.

Natalie

August 18th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

I recently purchased the Italian version of Kloo for our family holiday, on the recommendation of my sister-in-law who teaches languages. We played it several times while we were away and it really helped all of to gain confidence in making sentences in Italian. It was also a fun way to increase our vocabulary as the word bank built up before us on the table. My daughter learns French at school and the game helped her to realise that there are similarities between the two languages that she can use to help her with Italian. Now we're home I plan to look at the Kloo website to find other games to play using the cards. Yesterday, I signed up for Italian classes and I'm hoping Kloo will help me in my studies! I have already started telling friends with children about the game. Finally, the Kloo team went out of their way to get the game to us in time for our holidays and I really appreciated their efforts.

Tracy

July 21st 2016

hi 5 star(s)

Love it. Love it. Love it. It is perfect for our American learning French as a 1st grader.

Jason Platt

July 1st 2016

hi 5 star(s)

A great way to teach people a new language

Fui Amevor

June 16th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

As a visual learner, who like card games and languages. I find Kloo cards fantastic. They are a great resource to help you test your own knowledge, improve your vocabulary, and confidence with new phrases.

Fui Amevor

June 16th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

I am extremely happy with my Kloo cards. They help make language learning fun, engaging an memorable. A great addition to the language learners library.

Brannel MFL

May 25th 2016

#Kloo This game is so enjoyable and helps me to learn Spanish in a fun way (Y8 student) @KlooGame #mfltwitterati

Brannel MFL

May 25th 2016

#Kloo I really enjoyed your card game. The colours really helped me to identify different words (Y8 student) @KlooGame

Debbie

May 6th 2016

My students love KLOO! They actually beg to play it! @KlooGame https://t.co/YTgEs8wJJ8 https://t.co/x2JW0k0JTg

Lindsay Dow

April 14th 2016

@JonnyPryn @OneThirdStories @KlooGame It's really good fun! And different ways to play too when they become familiar with it #langchat

Thibaut Deviese

March 28th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

I bought the KLOO Learn French Game (Packs 1 & 2). There are many ways to play with the cards. It is a great game to learn French (even for beginners). I really recommend this game!

Tina Killackey

March 17th 2016

@KlooGame have used your great cards in French when will you create cards in German ?

KLOO Language Games

March 15th 2016

"My students beg to play this game" That's what Debbie, a US Spanish Teacher, said about KLOO on Amazon. She also has a blog where she writes about KLOO: why she "fell in love with it!"; and what her students learn by playing. (You can see the full blog here "KLOO Great Language Learning Game"). Why are MFL Teachers loving KLOO? [ 200 more words. ] https://languagepie.wordpress.com/2016/03/15/why-students-are-learning-languages-faster-with-this-game/

Elisabeth Spain

February 22nd 2016

hi 4 star(s)

I have been using the cards on their own with my U3A French Conversation group, and introduced them to the accompanying board this week. People very much enjoy using it. We’ve started off with the most basic version of the game as the instructions seem a bit complicated to get my head around. But I hope to gradually add in the remaining rules.

Sharon Lybbert

February 20th 2016

hi 5 star(s)

We have four people in the family playing Kloo. Two don't like card games and two do! Me and my one son have learnt a ton of the cards already and my other son who isnt interested in learning spainish actully is learning through kloo without trying. My husband knows alot of spanish already but hes enjoyed a few rounds too. Its awesome and is a big help with some good laughs too! Its great for getting ourselves speaking not just reading. Yes id recommend kloo!

Shafrina Shivji

October 20th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

I have 2 children and they love the game. We all look forward to play together as a family almost everyday! We are all learning the words quickly and the sentences are easy to develop, even for the young one.

Shafrina Shivji

October 20th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

I have 2 children and they love the game. We all look forward to play together as a family almost everyday! We are all learning the words quickly and the sentences are easy to develop, even for the young one.

Benedetta Selenati

September 22nd 2015

Brill - from a polyglot mum and an MFL teacher.

benserena

September 22nd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Brilliant idea! From a polyglot mum and MFL teacher

benserena

September 22nd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Brilliant idea! From a polyglot mum and MFL teacher

Kirsten Wilkinson

September 9th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Great game. I found it harder to get into than the English version, but that is only because I am learning this language as well as my children. Definitely need to play the game regularly, I can see it being an important addition to our language learning tools.

Kirsten Wilkinson

August 3rd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

My 4 year old loves this game. He is learning the words really quickly and gets so excited when he makes a really long sentence and gets lots of animals. My 2 year old also loves joining in as he can make the sentences using the colour system.

MATINA EFSTATHIOU

June 12th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

It is absolutely wonderful! and Kloo's customer service has impressed me! Well done!

MATINA EFSTATHIOU

June 12th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

It is absolutely wonderful! and Kloo's customer service has impressed me! Well done!

iisanumber

May 9th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

I bought this game for my French I classroom, not really sure how well it would go over with my students. It took just a few minutes to explain the rules and my students were building sentences. The best part for me is that the phonetic guides are so good that all of my students have been able to read their sentences with a better accent than when they try to sound out words themselves. There's a nice amount of cognates to English included, which builds confidence when working with a new deck. Expansion packs, please!

Angela Azzopardi

April 14th 2015

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This game is without a doubt the best Language learning game I've ever used as a Teacher of Languages - we've got a whole cupboard full of more expensive alternatives that fail to deliver what this game does in bundles; fun and learning at the same time. All the learners (including my own kids, aged 8 and 11), that I've played it with it have loved it, maybe because it's accessible to everyone whatever their level and satisfying because it allows you to forget whatever worries you might have about not being able to produce anything meaningful in French. It just allows you to get making sentences and using the language. You know you are on to a winner when your pupils turn up to lessons asking "are we playing kloo today?". I use the board in a carousel of other activities or use the cards as a reward or extension activity; they are great as an additional tool to my teaching. In the box you get a board, 4 cars to move around the board and 4 decks of cards, of 64 cards each. The cards are also available to purchase individually. There is one on the theme of "People", the second is about eating, the third on everyday places and the last one on everyday objects. You can use the cards with the board or as a stand alone game. Game play is easier to understand than explain - luckily the Kloo website, which also contains extra cards to print off, includes videos which explain the game really simply. It's easy to pick up game play and there's no feeling of failure as you play because everyone can score points. It quickly gets quite competitive and is totally engaging for pupils and adults alike. The basic idea is to discard cards by building up sentences, starting from a red verb card - if you don't have a verb you just discard one card. The aim then is to translate the sentence, or as much of it as you can into your first Language and scoring points for points' sake or to move around the board - all fully explained in the series of videos. Making sentences sounds tricky but clever design of the cards make it child's play - as you can hopefully see from the real example in the photo at the bottom of this review. Each card is colour coded so red is for verbs, nouns are blue and connectives are green and so on. A red card will have arrows on it showing you what could come next in the sequence - you can't go wrong! The words at the top of the cards have a phonetic transcription underneath them and also at the bottom of the card are translations into English from other cards meaning, if you keep your wits about you as you play even without referring to a dictionary (allowed in the game) you may find yourself recognising and learning new words. There's a good mix of cognates (words that are similar to English words) but also plenty of key vocabulary for each topic. I've watched pupils play (and found myself joining in), with both the board game and just the decks. The board provides added twists for four players as you move around trying to get to Paris with a little plastic car and finding yourself being asked to translate, but the cards just by themselves can be played with in multiple ways either by groups or individuals. Everything is well made - the cards are proper coated cards and seem to be standing up well to enthusiastic use by my pupils. It all just works and is a successful game, it's very clever and totally absorbing. The game works equally well at home and in a school setting. It is accessible for beginners but equally, and in part thanks to the free expansion cards on the kloo website, interesting for those who are more confident in French too. With my "teacher hat" on I think the game ticks all the boxes in the new curriculum where's there's a real focus on translation and transactional French. It's great to have in the classroom as an activity for reward, to encourage those who struggle with a Foreign Language but, equally, to make French accessible for those who find it difficult. As a mum I love the game too because I actually find it fun to play (even though I have a slight advantage in translating!) - the luck of the draw and the fact that you can level the playing field by using a dictionary means I can still find myself being soundly beaten by my kids. I have no reservations wholeheartedly recommending this game - I genuinely think it's one of the best learning aids I've used in my classroom, it can be used in so many different ways. I'm passionate about teaching and learning languages and this game just makes sharing my love of French and conviction that it can be fun just that bit easier. Every French classroom needs one, it's as simple as

Angela Azzopardi

April 14th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

This game is without a doubt the best Language learning game I've ever used as a Teacher of Languages - we've got a whole cupboard full of expensive alternatives that fail to deliver what this game does in bundles; fun and learning at the same time. All the learners (including my own kids, aged 8 and 11), that I've played it with it have loved it, maybe because it's accessible to everyone whatever their level and satisfying because it allows you to forget whatever worries you might have about not being able to produce anything meaningful in French. It just allows you to get making sentences and using the language. You know you are on to a winner when your pupils turn up to lessons asking "are we playing kloo today?", and at a recent parents' evening I got told that one of my Year 8 pupils had Kloo for their birthday as it was top of his list! I use the board in a carousel of other activities or use the cards as a reward or extension activity; they are great as an additional tool to my teaching. In the box you get a board, 4 cars to move around the board and 4 decks of cards, of 64 cards each. The cards are also available to purchase individually. There is one on the theme of "People", the second is about eating, the third on everyday places and the last one on everyday objects. You can use the cards with the board or as a stand alone game. Game play is easier to understand than explain - luckily the Kloo website, which also contains extra cards to print off, includes videos which explain the game really simply. It's easy to pick up game play and there's no feeling of failure as you play because everyone can score points. It quickly gets quite competitive and is totally engaging for pupils and adults alike. The basic idea is to discard cards by building up sentences, starting from a red verb card - if you don't have a verb you just discard one card. The aim then is to translate the sentence, or as much of it as you can into your first Language and scoring points for points' sake or to move around the board - all fully explained in the series of videos. Making sentences sounds tricky but clever design of the cards make it child's play - as you can hopefully see from the real example in the photo at the bottom of this review. Each card is colour coded so red is for verbs, nouns are blue and connectives are green and so on. A red card will have arrows on it showing you what could come next in the sequence - you can't go wrong! The words at the top of the cards have a phonetic transcription underneath them and also at the bottom of the card are translations into English from other cards meaning, if you keep your wits about you as you play even without referring to a dictionary (allowed in the game) you may find yourself recognising and learning new words. There's a good mix of cognates (words that are similar to English words) but also plenty of key vocabulary for each topic. I've watched pupils play (and found myself joining in), with both the board game and just the decks. The board provides added twists for four players as you move around trying to get to Paris with a little plastic car and finding yourself being asked to translate, but the cards just by themselves can be played with in multiple ways either by groups or individuals. Everything is well made - the cards are proper coated cards and seem to be standing up well to enthusiastic use by my pupils. It all just works and is a successful game, it's very clever and totally absorbing. The game works equally well at home and in a school setting. It is accessible for beginners but equally, and in part thanks to the free expansion cards on the kloo website, interesting for those who are more confident in French too. With my "teacher hat" on I think the game ticks all the boxes in the new curriculum where's there's a real focus on translation and transactional French. It's great to have in the classroom as an activity for reward, to encourage those who struggle with a Foreign Language but, equally, to make French accessible for those who find it difficult. As a mum I love the game too because I actually find it fun to play (even though I have a slight advantage in translating!) - the luck of the draw and the fact that you can level the playing field by using a dictionary means I can still find myself being soundly beaten by my kids. I have no reservations wholeheartedly recommending this game - I genuinely think it's one of the best learning aids I've used in my classroom, it can be used in so many different ways. I'm passionate about teaching and learning languages and this game just makes sharing my love of French and conviction that it can be fun just that bit easier. Every French classroom needs one, it's as simple as that!

Angela Azzopardi

April 14th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

This game is without a doubt the best Language learning game I've ever used as a Teacher of Languages - we've got a whole cupboard full of expensive alternatives that fail to deliver what this game does in bundles; fun and learning at the same time. All the learners (including my own kids, aged 8 and 11), that I've played it with it have loved it, maybe because it's accessible to everyone whatever their level and satisfying because it allows you to forget whatever worries you might have about not being able to produce anything meaningful in French. It just allows you to get making sentences and using the language. You know you are on to a winner when your pupils turn up to lessons asking "are we playing kloo today?", and at a recent parents' evening I got told that one of my Year 8 pupils had Kloo for their birthday as it was top of his list! I use the board in a carousel of other activities or use the cards as a reward or extension activity; they are great as an additional tool to my teaching. In the box you get a board, 4 cars to move around the board and 4 decks of cards, of 64 cards each. The cards are also available to purchase individually. There is one on the theme of "People", the second is about eating, the third on everyday places and the last one on everyday objects. You can use the cards with the board or as a stand alone game. Game play is easier to understand than explain - luckily the Kloo website, which also contains extra cards to print off, includes videos which explain the game really simply. It's easy to pick up game play and there's no feeling of failure as you play because everyone can score points. It quickly gets quite competitive and is totally engaging for pupils and adults alike. The basic idea is to discard cards by building up sentences, starting from a red verb card - if you don't have a verb you just discard one card. The aim then is to translate the sentence, or as much of it as you can into your first Language and scoring points for points' sake or to move around the board - all fully explained in the series of videos. Making sentences sounds tricky but clever design of the cards make it child's play - as you can hopefully see from the real example in the photo at the bottom of this review. Each card is colour coded so red is for verbs, nouns are blue and connectives are green and so on. A red card will have arrows on it showing you what could come next in the sequence - you can't go wrong! The words at the top of the cards have a phonetic transcription underneath them and also at the bottom of the card are translations into English from other cards meaning, if you keep your wits about you as you play even without referring to a dictionary (allowed in the game) you may find yourself recognising and learning new words. There's a good mix of cognates (words that are similar to English words) but also plenty of key vocabulary for each topic. I've watched pupils play (and found myself joining in), with both the board game and just the decks. The board provides added twists for four players as you move around trying to get to Paris with a little plastic car and finding yourself being asked to translate, but the cards just by themselves can be played with in multiple ways either by groups or individuals. Everything is well made - the cards are proper coated cards and seem to be standing up well to enthusiastic use by my pupils. It all just works and is a successful game, it's very clever and totally absorbing. The game works equally well at home and in a school setting. It is accessible for beginners but equally, and in part thanks to the free expansion cards on the kloo website, interesting for those who are more confident in French too. With my "teacher hat" on I think the game ticks all the boxes in the new curriculum where's there's a real focus on translation and transactional French. It's great to have in the classroom as an activity for reward, to encourage those who struggle with a Foreign Language but, equally, to make French accessible for those who find it difficult. As a mum I love the game too because I actually find it fun to play (even though I have a slight advantage in translating!) - the luck of the draw and the fact that you can level the playing field by using a dictionary means I can still find myself being soundly beaten by my kids. I have no reservations wholeheartedly recommending this game - I genuinely think it's one of the best learning aids I've used in my classroom, it can be used in so many different ways. I'm passionate about teaching and learning languages and this game just makes sharing my love of French and conviction that it can be fun just that bit easier. Every French classroom needs one, it's as simple as that!

Angela Azzopardi

April 14th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

This game is without a doubt the best Language learning game I've ever used as a Teacher of Languages - we've got a whole cupboard full of more expensive alternatives that fail to deliver what this game does in bundles; fun and learning at the same time. All the learners (including my own kids, aged 8 and 11), that I've played it with it have loved it, maybe because it's accessible to everyone whatever their level and satisfying because it allows you to forget whatever worries you might have about not being able to produce anything meaningful in French. It just allows you to get making sentences and using the language. You know you are on to a winner when your pupils turn up to lessons asking "are we playing kloo today?", and you get told at Parents' evening that a Year 8 insisted on the game being on his Birthday List. I use the board in a carousel of other activities or use the cards as a reward or extension activity; they are great as an additional tool to my teaching. In the box you get a board, 4 cars to move around the board and 4 decks of cards, of 64 cards each. The cards are also available to purchase individually. There is one on the theme of "People", the second is about eating, the third on everyday places and the last one on everyday objects. You can use the cards with the board or as a stand alone game. Game play is easier to understand than explain - luckily the Kloo website, which also contains extra cards to print off, includes videos which explain the game really simply. It's easy to pick up game play and there's no feeling of failure as you play because everyone can score points. It quickly gets quite competitive and is totally engaging for pupils and adults alike. The basic idea is to discard cards by building up sentences, starting from a red verb card - if you don't have a verb you just discard one card. The aim then is to translate the sentence, or as much of it as you can into your first Language and scoring points for points' sake or to move around the board - all fully explained in the series of videos. Making sentences sounds tricky but clever design of the cards make it child's play - as you can hopefully see from the real example in the photo at the bottom of this review. Each card is colour coded so red is for verbs, nouns are blue and connectives are green and so on. A red card will have arrows on it showing you what could come next in the sequence - you can't go wrong! The words at the top of the cards have a phonetic transcription underneath them and also at the bottom of the card are translations into English from other cards meaning, if you keep your wits about you as you play even without referring to a dictionary (allowed in the game) you may find yourself recognising and learning new words. There's a good mix of cognates (words that are similar to English words) but also plenty of key vocabulary for each topic. I've watched pupils play (and found myself joining in), with both the board game and just the decks. The board provides added twists for four players as you move around trying to get to Paris with a little plastic car and finding yourself being asked to translate, but the cards just by themselves can be played with in multiple ways either by groups or individuals. Everything is well made - the cards are proper coated cards and seem to be standing up well to enthusiastic use by my pupils. It all just works and is a successful game, it's very clever and totally absorbing. The game works equally well at home and in a school setting. It is accessible for beginners but equally, and in part thanks to the free expansion cards on the kloo website, interesting for those who are more confident in French too. With my "teacher hat" on I think the game ticks all the boxes in the new curriculum where's there's a real focus on translation and transactional French. It's great to have in the classroom as an activity for reward, to encourage those who struggle with a Foreign Language but, equally, to make French accessible for those who find it difficult. As a mum I love the game too because I actually find it fun to play (even though I have a slight advantage in translating!) - the luck of the draw and the fact that you can level the playing field by using a dictionary means I can still find myself being soundly beaten by my kids. I have no reservations wholeheartedly recommending this game - I genuinely think it's one of the best learning aids I've used in my classroom, it can be used in so many different ways. I'm passionate about teaching and learning languages and this game just makes sharing my love of French and conviction that it can be fun just that bit easier. Every French classroom needs one, it's as simple as that!

Jan Torkelson

March 28th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

My students really like this game and it is the first game they want to play. I can't wait to order more

Delphine Eytier

March 25th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

The Junior Cert & Transition Year students of East Cork School of French love playing with KLOO's Learn to Speak French Games Combo. It's a fun way to consolidate their knowledge, gain in confidence and learn how to properly structure a french sentence. French children from our bilingual class (8-12 years old) have also started playing the games this month. C'est fantastique! Well done. Delphine - Founder and teacher at East Cork School of French & myFrench.ie

Claire JACOB

March 25th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

As a French teacher, i am always looking for different material to help in my students motivation. Kloo was played by adults as well as children and they all enjoyed it very much and learned a lot from it. THANK YOU!

Cheryl Ciufo

March 24th 2015

hi 4 star(s)

I really like the KLOO game, I can't get my family to play it very much so I do play it by myself a lot. It is elementary enough for me to understand and play. I have played KLOO with a couple of friends who seemed to have fun. I go to Mexico every year, this year I plan to know more of the language!

rita azilli

March 24th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Played these with out teenagers on the Eurostar to Paris. They were good fun, passed the time and we all improved our vocabulary.

Luna Checchini

March 24th 2015

hi 5 star(s)

I'm always more than happy when dealing with Kloo staff!! Thank you guys, keep up the great job!

Susan Sparkes

March 23rd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Buying from KLOO is so quick and easy! The team are so friendly and dealing with them is always a pleasure. Most of all, at the end of the day you end up with a product of fantastic quality - a must for any teacher or language learner!

Susan

March 23rd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Buying from KLOO is so quick and easy! The team are so friendly and dealing with them is always a pleasure. Most of all, at the end of the day you end up with a product of fantastic quality - a must for any teacher or language learner!

Marika

March 23rd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Dear Andrew, first of all I would like to say sorry for my English. I write you from Germany and my English isn´t the best ; ). Thank your for your great service! You made me feel wellcome with your "wellcome-mail" and the friendly note on the bill of delivery. I was looking for a good game for our two sons to learn English. They are in the first and second class of school, don´t have English lessons, but are very interested in English. I did not know Kloo Games before, but the rating was very good in the internet, so I became curious. But I would pay more than 80€ for the Kloo Game English in Germany. So your offer was very good. After a short delivery time we played the game for the first time. And my sons had very much fun! They learned new words quickly and became braver in building new sentences. Thanks a lot for the the great game and your very friedly and good service! Best regards from Germany, Marika

Marika Winny

March 23rd 2015

hi 5 star(s)

Dear Andrew, first of all I would like to say sorry for my English. I write you from Germany and my English isn´t the best ; ). Thank your for your great service! You made me feel wellcome with your "wellcome-mail" and the friendly note on the bill of delivery. I was looking for a good game for our two sons to learn English. They are in the first and second class of school, don´t have English lessons, but are very interested in English. I did not know Kloo Games before, but the rating was very good in the internet, so I became curious. But I would pay more than 80€ for the Kloo Game English in Germany. So your offer was very good. After a short delivery time we played the game for the first time. And my sons had very much fun! They learned new words quickly and became braver in building new sentences. Thanks a lot for the the great game and your very friedly and good service! Best regards from Germany, Marika

Claire Livingstone

March 23rd 2015

hi 4 star(s)

Loved the way the cards helps us have the confidence to speak sentences that are actually useful in real life. We've used the cards with young students and older learners - everyone found it great to be laughing and learning at the same time. Thanks.

March 23rd 2015

Hi Kloo! I'm a teacher and I just wanted to say thank you for providing a game that makes my lessons so fun and engaging. It's fantastic 1-2-1 or with full classes and everyone loves getting involved! One student loved the game in his private lesson so much that he went to school and spread the word to his classmates! Now I have a class of three. It's not often kids in the playground talk about learning French.... :-p

January 10th 2015

Hello. I love KLOO games! Question: French game....are the pass compos cards available to purchase? I have trouble printing them at school; they are not the same quality and the color isn't as good as the rest. Also, only one sided with self-print. Are there cards for pass compos with tre available?

December 17th 2014

Have fun whilst learning is my mentality and KLOO is made to measure for this!

November 23rd 2014

Love it!

myFrench.ie

November 20th 2014

Wrote a short review on my page today about your games but Facebook restricted the viewing. So I'll post it here instead ;-) In the classroom or at home play in French. Fun and easy way to learn how to build French sentences. My students love the KLOO Language Games http://kloogame.com/video/

June 4th 2014

Kloo Language Games are awesome! My students love KLOO!

Ewa Gołębiowska-Główka

December 10th 2013

I ordered Kloo Race to London for English language students who were good with words but sentence building was a problem. Developing this skill with Kloo was great success. Therefore I decided to buy another set for family teens and simple version for kids /catch the bug/. Ewa Gołębiowska-Główka

Ewa

December 10th 2013

hi 5 star(s)

I ordered Kloo Race to London for English language students who were good with words but sentence building was a problem. Developing this skill with Kloo was great success. Therefore I decided to buy another set for family teens and simple version for kids /catch the bug/. Ewa Go??biowska-G?ówka

Simon

July 10th 2013

hi 5 star(s)

Started using Kloo Race to Paris with my son who is about to start GCSE French. It's beauty is in its simplicity - great game and very educational.

July 10th 2013

Started using Kloo Race to Paris with my son who is about to start GCSE French. It's beauty is in its simplicity - great game and very educational.

April 29th 2013

I love this game - all my French students have benefited so much from using it.

Becky Taylor

January 14th 2013

Congratulations from all of us at Bizziebaby as our testers have just awarded the Kloo Zoo Animal Reader Cards the Bizziebaby Silver Award 2012/13

Jamie Edwards

October 25th 2010

Andrew love the engagement and the element of competition with it. It's how we learn best. Anyone for Spanish?

October 5th 2010

This is great! Sophie, French teacher

Magnus

August 18th 2010

hi 5 star(s)

I played KLOO with my family all weekend and it is VERY VERY clever. I was beaten by my daughter but I still learned a lot of Spanish in a short time. Brilliant!

August 18th 2010

I played KLOO with my family all weekend and it is VERY VERY clever. I was beaten by my daughter but I still learned a lot of Spanish in a short time. Brilliant!