KLOO Games

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Thomas Karagiannis

March 3rd 2018

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The game is perfect for what is aimed. It clearly achieve it's goal which is, familiarity with everyday dictionary and sentence structure. The last is by far the most useful and rare to see in board games. It lacks in areas like variety in word and tenses but that is out of the designer wishes for that game. I would like to see similar games for b2 to c1 level, to aid language learning.

Lina Zamora

March 1st 2018

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Hello there, I have the french food and drinks Kloo cards and I love them . They are really easy to follow, you start playing cards, and suddlenly you are talking in other language they are amazing I surely recommend it

Kornélia Kozma

February 28th 2018

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I purchased French Card Games and I highly recommend them. My students love to play and they learn without noticing. I also use them to warm up the class.

Julie O'Donnell

February 25th 2018

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We are in our 60s and decided to learn a new language as a challenge to ourselves. Our teacher introduced us to the Spanish game and I have to say that this is eminently suitable for ALL ages! We bought one and now plan to buy another for our grandson who has just started learning Spanish at school. They are an inspired, fun way of putting together sentences but with a fun, competitive element.

Anna Selley

February 24th 2018

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I have recently bought two versions of Kloo - the Learn Italian Games Combo ,Packs 1 and 2 Race To London - Learn to Speak English Teaching Resource (ESL, TEFL, TESOL). The English version I have been using with my young students (ages 10 to 14) and it has proven to be a great tool for consolidating vocabulary, keeping them focused during lessons and reinforcing a very common syntax error that Italians struggle with which is where the adjective belongs in a sentence. I have just downloaded the free extension packs for future and past tenses and look forward to using them in future lessons. The other version in Italian is for personal use. I thought that this would be a fun game to play as a family, to help us consolidate and improve our Italian without it feeling like a chore. It can become a bit competitive though!!

Anna

February 23rd 2018

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Great service, and even with the vagueries of the Italian postal system, was received in short order. Thank you

Laura Blew

February 21st 2018

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I bought the first Kloo game,Catch a Bug, when I began teaching my two children to read. It's simple and easy for them to play. When I began teaching teaching ESL children the next games, Kloo Zoo and Race to London were the perfect progression. There aren't many board games for ESL teaching and these games are fun and aid progress. The option to print off more cards in different tenses was very useful too.

Jacque Ann Hodge-Goff

February 16th 2018

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I purchased a KlOO game my first year of teaching to help a small group of 3rd graders practice reading aloud in their native language (Spanish). Before this game, students were incredibly shy to begin reading aloud, but KLOO was a real game changer! These kids got a kick out of making sentences that were grammatically correct, but sounded silly like "We ate the delicious cardigan." My kids are hooked. As 5th graders, the same students will beg to play KLOO. I love this game as it is something that students can play on their own when they finish their work in my 3rd-5th grade classes and it continues to build vocabulary for even beginners. Because I have had to pack this game back and forth between my two schools, I finally invested in a second game. KLOO has been worth every penny! I am a huge KLOO fan!

Jacque Ann

February 16th 2018

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I purchased a KlOO game my first year of teaching to help a small group of 3rd graders practice reading aloud in their native language (Spanish). Before this game, students were incredibly shy to begin reading aloud, but KLOO was a real game changer! These kids got a kick out of making sentences that were grammatically correct, but sounded silly like "We ate the delicious cardigan." My kids are hooked. As 5th graders, the same students will beg to play KLOO. I love this game as it is something that students can play on their own when they finish their work in my 3rd-5th grade classes and it continues to build vocabulary for even beginners. Because I have had to pack this game back and forth between my two schools, I finally invested in a second game. KLOO has been worth every penny! I am a huge KLOO fan!

Julie

February 16th 2018

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I'm an educational psychologist and I work on and off with children and young people who have been excluded from school due to social and emotional difficulties. I bought 'Catch the Bug' to use with a 9-year-old child who has additional needs and had become completely resistant to any activity that involved literacy. (He tended to become physically aggressive when any book or print was brought near him.) Initially, he was not encouraged to have any interaction with the print on the cards – he arranged the cards according to colour, and was then delighted when I read the sentences he had made back to him, as part of the game of fitting together the animal cards. By small steps, he became happy to join in with some of the reading and was assisted in starting to overcome his aversion literacy. I think the game is excellent, especially because it is 'error proof', and can be used in different ways according to children's literacy and engagement levels.