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Language Seed Blog

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Video Game v Board Game – how board games fought back

By | August 1st, 2016|Categories: board games, French Games, mfl games|

For a long time board games were in terminal decline. "The Video Game killed the Board Game Star" as it were....except it didn't. Board games have more than bounced back. In 2009 board game sales started to rise again - and have been doing so every year since.

The many surprising benefits of playing board games

By | June 22nd, 2016|Categories: board games, mfl games|Tags: , |

WHAT CAN THE HUMBLE BOARD GAME DO FOR ME? Those old board games are sooo last century right? Adults learn French by playing KLOO's Race to Paris Board Game Well no, they're really [...]

Helping your child learn a language – when you’re not fluent yourself

By | May 27th, 2016|Categories: board games, mfl games|Tags: , , , |

Research has shown that even if you don't know a second language, learning alongside your child is often more effective than your child learning on their own. What's more, with the right materials, it's actually easy to help your child really improve - and a lot of fun too.

Helping your Child to Revise for a Language

By | April 11th, 2016|Categories: Language Learning, mfl games|Tags: , |

Kids can see learning languages very differently...for many it's a drag, boring, too difficult, unnecessary. Unless.....Unless, Unless...

Research on how Games improve Language Learning in Classroom

By | March 19th, 2016|Categories: board games, Language Learning, mfl games|Tags: , , , , |

A Study of The Power of Games to Motivate Learners Teaching languages is no easy task We have a lot of empathy with language teachers. MFL is, without doubt, a difficult subject to teach - more difficult [...]

Why students are learning languages faster with this game

By | March 15th, 2016|Categories: Language Learning, mfl games|Tags: , |

"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!"

What aspects of language do you learn when playing KLOO?

By | March 7th, 2016|Categories: Build Vocabulary, Language Learning, mfl games|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

By | February 23rd, 2016|Categories: Build Vocabulary, French Games, Language Learning, Learn French, mfl games|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.

Learning a new language protects brain

By | February 15th, 2016|Categories: Language Learning|

Now here is some very good news. Learning a second language can delay dementia by up to 5 years! A terrific article in the Times gives details. Here is the link.

Simple game for teaching yourself a foreign language

By | January 27th, 2016|Categories: Build Vocabulary, French Games, Language Learning, Learn French, mfl games|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.