MFL Games for Teachers

A multi-award winning language game designed to make learning a language fast, easy and fun. Acclaimed by hundreds of MFL teachers and loved by tens of thousands of students.

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MFL Games that students love to play

MFL games for school in French Spanish and Italian

Using games in MFL lessons

Enthusiastic Students learning up to 10 X faster*

By embedding important language principles inside award-winning MFL Games, KLOO makes language learning fast, easy and fun. Many teachers claim they see a whole new and improved attitude to learning languages.
Language Teachers use KLOO’s range of MFL Games to teach children as well as adult learners, from absolute beginners through to intermediate standards. At School, KLOO is used to teach 7 – 14 year old children and achieve multiple objectives:
  • Building vocabulary up 10 X faster (see Research below)
  • Making sentences in seconds
  • Speaking the language out loud
  • Increasing motivation and enthusiasm
  • Practising with verbs, pronouns, adjectives, nouns, expressions and connectives
French MFL Games and Resources for School
Making sentences is easy – Follow the arrows

I teach French as a foreign language at Alliance Francaise and from home. I have class of primary school children, leaving certificate students and adults. I played the board game with them and they loved it. It’s absolutely brilliant! It’s fantastic! As a teacher, this game is the best language game ever!” Anne-Sophie, Alliance Francaise, French Teacher

SET UP A SCHOOL ACCOUNT IN LESS THAN TWO MINUTES: To set up a school account, just send an e-mail, preferably from a school e-mail address, with “School Account” in the subject matter, to andrew at kloogame dot com. We will accept orders from a school email address. Orders are usually dispatched within 24 hours and we can invoice your school later.

Case Studies

CASE STUDY

Teacher: Karen Christiansen

French and Spanish Teacher

13 – 18 year olds

Prince Charles Secondary School,

Creston, Canada

TEACHER’S OBSERVATIONS

“When I told them they can play a board game in class, they were really happy. At first the reluctant learners thought that they couldn’t do it because they couldn’t translate their cards independently. After teaching them how it works, and how they can verify their translations themselves, they liked it a lot more because it didn’t feel like “work”. KLOO really helps them make lots of sentences, and believe that they CAN make sentences, on their own.”

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KLOO MFL Resources in the classroom
Canadian Students learning French

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Case Study of MFL Games in classroom
MFL GAMES CASE STUDY

CASE STUDY

Teacher: Veronica Fernandez Sobejano

Spanish Teacher

US Navy Personnel (Adults & Children)

US Naval Station of Rota, Spain

Rota, Spain

TEACHER’S OBSERVATIONS

“After playing two or three times with the same deck students have almost magically learned all the vocabulary, not only to write and read each word correctly but also to pronounce it right. It is also easier for a student to know how to arrange the words in a sentence when looking at the coloured arrows. All the students, I’ve played it with it have loved it. And the enthusiasm increases every time we put the game box on the table. Students are eager to play.”

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Teach Spanish MFL Resources for School
US Navy Personnel learning Spanish

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KLOO used as MFL Games for US Navy personnel
MFL GAMES CASE STUDY

CASE STUDY

Teacher: Miss Buttriss

Spanish Teacher

Trafalgar Primary School

Primary School Children

Richmond, UK

TEACHER’S OBSERVATIONS

“That element of fun and motivation is key, particularly to children of this age really. They don’t realize they’re learning. They’re playing the game, enjoying playing the game, and in a way for them, the by-product is they’re learning. They love it when they play it again and they go, “Oh, I remember this word from yesterday”. I think probably the first thing I would do is get other teachers to play KLOO themselves, because I think they would learn how easy it is to begin to learn through playing the game.”

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Primary School learns Spanish with KLOO MFL Games
Primary School children learn Spanish

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Language Teacher talks about KLOO MFL Games

This game is without a doubt the best Language learning game I’ve ever used as a Teacher of Languages – we’ve got a whole cupboard full of more expensive alternatives that fail to deliver what this game does in bundles; fun and learning at the same time. All the learners (including my own kids, aged 8 and 11), that I’ve played it with it have loved it. Angela, TOP 100 Amazon “Vine” Reviewer and MFL Teacher

Each deck is packed full of language learning

Each deck of KLOO contains a careful selection of high frequency words that work together around a particular language theme. The decks are mathematically weighted with a precise number of word types to give students an understanding of how word types work together including:
Teach French MFL Game for School
KLOO MFL Games Pack 2

Pronouns

Verbs

Adjectives

Nouns

Connectives

Common Expressions

Language Themes covered in KLOO cards include:

People“, “Eating & Drinking“, “Places“, “Clothing” and “Everyday Objects.

A video made especially for Language Teachers (who are short on time)!

00:04 Language teaches French and Spanish to 7 – 14 year olds
00:15 Looks for MFL Games language resource
00:21 Benefits ofn turning language into a game
00:58 Independent Case Studies on Language Resources
01:15 Students building foreign vocabulary
01:19 How KLOO motivates classes to learn foreign language

“I teach Spanish to students, ages 8-13, and the kids love this game! The color-coded cards correspond to parts of speech (easy grammar reinforcement! yay!) and allow all types of learners and skill levels to play. Beginners can form sentences without any knowledge of the language at all. Throughout the game, translations located at the bottom of the cards allow players to learn vocabulary and gain points. Even my reluctant learners are motivated to figure out what the cards mean” Diana, Amazon Reviewer, US MFL Teacher

Language Research

Learning up to 10 X Faster: Players using KLOO’s MFL Games effortlessly learn between 15 – 25 words in a 25 minute game. Compare that with the average 15 words a month learned by the average secondary school student in the 5 years leading up to exams (Source: Milton: Journal of French Language Studies). By comparison, players build vocabulary 10 x faster when playing KLOO. It’s the Discovery Learning element inside KLOO games which make picking up language so easy and natural.

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Andrew

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