KLOO Games

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Sophie Marette

September 6th 2017

@KlooGame You're welcome

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

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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

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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!

Nadia Di Niro

August 21st 2017

@KlooGame I'm obsessed! Great for KS4!

Lauren Glanfield

August 11th 2017

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

Barbara Allen

August 8th 2017

We use lots of interactive resources during our French classes. @KlooGame is great fun #whitleybay #morpeth #seatonsluice #nefollowers

Kate Allan

May 26th 2017

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.

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

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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