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Make your own KLOO cards for FREE

February 21st, 2017|Tags: , |

More and more teachers and language learners have been in contact with us about making their own KLOO cards - and could we provide them with blank cards to make them. We thought that this was a great idea. Once learners know all the words in a deck, more can be added in, so the KLOO system can help build vocabulary even further. We have created a "Make Your Own" page on our website which gives instructions on how to make the cards so that they work with your existing decks. We have also provided you [...]

Top Tip for Beginners – the First Words to Learn in a Second Language

September 18th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Learn these and your ability to express yourself quickly and easily will grow exponentially. That's why it's a great place for language beginners to start.

How 70 words turn into 7 million sentences

August 8th, 2016|

That's over 7 million sentences from about 60 words. That is why Einstein said such growth is the most powerful force in nature...and we should harness it.

What aspects of language do you learn when playing KLOO?

March 7th, 2016|Tags: , , |

When we created KLOO we wanted a game that went beyond the basics of language - a game that helped learners to really start speaking the language properly; a game that used words as building blocks and rewarded players for making proper sentences; a game that made learning easy and fun.

How to build your French Vocabulary swiftly and easily

February 23rd, 2016|Tags: , |

When you use the power of Discovery Learning coupled with placing words in context and then wrapping the whole experience in a game - a strange thing happens. Picking up words becomes automatic and almost effortless.

Simple game for teaching yourself a foreign language

January 27th, 2016|Tags: , |

We learned in a natural way - picking up the words we wanted to know, when we wanted to know them. It's called Discovery Learning and it's the most powerful way to learn a language.

Spice up learning French with KLOO’s Race to Paris Board Game

January 21st, 2016|

Learning French can be fun So many people struggle with learning a language. One of the main hurdles is that people find it difficult and, let's be honest, the polar opposite to having fun. But thousands of people have discovered  it can be easy - and fun. What is this I hear? Learning French can be fun? Oui, c'est vrai! This short video shows how the Race to Paris Game board game adds a few extra twists to the bestselling game. Soon you'll be racing to Paris - learning words and making sentences as you go. Time to [...]

A language game for self-learners

January 13th, 2016|

With each deck of KLOO cards you can play up to 16 language games (see our other videos). Ideal for studying French, Spanish or Italian as MFL resources for use in school, or a language game for the kids at home.

MFL teachers’ favourite game for learning foreign words

January 12th, 2016|

Sometimes Language teachers want to pack some fun into the last ten minutes of class...but they don't want to waste it.

Summer’s here and the time is right for dancing in the street…and learning a second language

June 16th, 2015|Tags: , , |

Summer Holidays are coming! Tune into the language People find learning a language difficult...and some say that the best way to learn a language is through total immersion. I don't think many people would argue with that except it's difficult to arrange and somewhat costly - most of us cannot just up sticks and go to Italy for 2 months (I wish)! But many of us are going on hols - for a week or two abroad. This is when we can immerse ourselves in the language. We are surrounded by foreign signs, menus, and people! So [...]

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