He comprado los juegos como regalos de navidad, porque me han parecido bastante interesantes para el aprendizaje de nuevas lenguas, espero los niños de mi familia disfruten jugando, debo decir que el envío llegó bastante rápido y en buenas condiciones.
Arrived super quick. Bought as present so not used myself.
Price and shipping were very reasonable in comparison to North America. It also arrived very quickly from the U.K. I would definitely buy from this vendor again. It's been a pleasure!
Could you please offer Kloo cards in German!!!!
I saw Kloo mentioned on FaceBook and had a look online to find more information. I found lots of excellent reviews and decided that for such a reasonable price it was worth the gamble. I am so glad that I took a chance as it is even better than I had hoped.
We have the French Deck 1 and 2 pack and have played it with ages 4 – 80. The 4 year old needed adult help but the colour coding made it very easy for them to join in and they picked up some words and had fun. We had a 60 year old who had never learned French before who was able to play straight away, learned lots of new words and had great fun. The pronunciation guides are an invaluable tool and allow you to check that you are saying things correctly.
The 80 year old with experience of French found the game very engaging and fun. The children thought it was great that they could beat the adults!
It is a quick game to play and this ensures that no one gets bored. The children are always asking to play and this means that the vocabulary is sticking. The competitive element also means that they are keen to learn the words and pay attention to the cards! They also enjoyed keeping score (so great for maths) – I may get them to do this in French too!
We are looking forward to learning some of the other games (there are 16 in total!).
The fact that you can add future tenses (downloading them for free) and add your own cards means that the game can expand as your knowledge of the language grows.
My children want to get the Spanish set too and wish that it also came in German and Latin!
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 !
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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).
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+
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!