read the instructions for the kloo cards and got slightly confused, it took
hubbie coming home from work and getting to grips with them. He read them, played it and then explained
it to me suddenly it clicked! Now I am not
quite sure why I got in a muddle in the first place.
So glad hubbie did figure it out, as eldest loved
them. He enjoyed winning the animal
picture cards and adding to his Zoo collection when he managed to read the animal word
is the perfect game to start learning sentence structure and it is made easier
by having the coloured arrows as a guide for younger children (those who have
just turned 5) to identify the next card in the sequence. Sentences always start with a card featuring
a big star, so children can quickly get the hang of the game (well once mummy
understands what to do that is haha!).
of other suggestions for other games you can also play with these cards, so
great value for money (RRP £9.99) given how versatile they are. For example you can play word match, a
memory card much like pairs but matching words to the animal pictures instead.
would make a great educational stocking filler come Christmas. After chocolate coins, edible Santa’s and a
toy car, I struggle to find fun fillers so this pack works well.
to read through playing games seems more readily embraced here than when we try
and encourage eldest to read his own bedtime story. Sometimes he point blank refused, so any method (like these
clever cards), which will help with reading ability, can only be a good thing. Whatever stage of reading your child is at
these would be a beneficial aid. As
always team them with plenty of praise to coax them to keep learning.
to buy from Amazon