uKloo Early Reader Reviews

  • Association of American Educators

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    10 Best Classroom Games and Toys - Play has long been seen as an essential part of learning. Playing board games or playing with a toy can help a student master a concept, increase critical thinking skills or discover something new about the world around them. Read more…

  • Friendship Circle

    Five Toys to Promote Problem Solving Five Toys to Promote Problem Solving for a Child With Special Needs – Problem solving is an integral part of a child’s success, confidence and independence. Problem solving helps children make discoveries about the world around them, learn the skills to relate to others and communicate effectively while achieving developmental milestones. Read more…

 

 

  • Thirty Mommy

    Thirty MommyMom uses uKloo to help her Special Needs son walk. I am often looking for fun activities that can engage G in some learning and physical therapy at the same time. He is currently learning to become more proficient in using his canes to walk around. I saw a post on Friendship Circle blog noting the “5 Toys to Promote Problem Solving for a Child with Special Needs” One game, in particular, caught my eye: uKloo. Read more…

  • WooHoo Factor – ASTRA

    Wohoo factorFive Lessons Learned From Playing Board Games: Emergent reading skills:  Kids love a treasure hunt so get out the clues and don’t let on that they are learning to read in the process! uKloo provides a “Picture Helper” chart to reference words they don’t know, as they race through the house following directions to arrive at the prized “Surprise” card at the end. Read more

  • timetoplaymag.com

    Time to PlayVideo Review!  uKloo Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game is a children’s literacy game that is disguised as a treasure hunt. Read more

  • Adventures of My family of 8

    Adventures of my family of 8uKloo Early Reader treasure Hunt Game – The prefect gift for your little ones…  Do you have an early reader in your house? Well, we have a couple and teaching them to read is not always easy.
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  • Simply Sherryl

    Simply Sherryl

    uKloo Early Reader Treasure hunt – Doreen Dotto was like any mother worried about her seven-year-old son’s reluctance to read for himself. With her educational background, she decided that she wanted to do something about it. Read more…

  • So Family

    So familyuKloo! An Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game + Twitter Party  Are your children learning to read? Are you looking for a more exciting way to encourage your children to read? If you answered yes to either of these questions then I know you’ll be excited about the mommy created, mommy approved game uKloo. Oh and I should also mention it’s teacher approved. Read more

  • Toys & Games Magazine

    NewTGlogo_clean uKloo Featured in TIFF Celebrity Swag Bag – When the hundreds of famous guests who are in town for the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival® drop into TIFF’s Tastemaker’s Lounge for a little R & R, they’ll be handed the usual loot bag full of expensive goods. And this year, along with the pricey cosmetics and electronics, the collection of swag-bag items will include a very affordable copy of uKloo-Early Reader Treasure Hunt from Toronto-based uKloo Kids, Inc. Read more…

  • Examiner.com

    Examiner.com-logo Children’s literacy game uKloo heads to Toronto Film Festival – uKloo (pronounced you-clue) Early Reader Treasure Hunt, a multi-award winning children’s literacy game developed by a Toronto mom, has been chosen as a featured item at the exclusive Tastemaker’s Lounge during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), starting September 5 Read more…

  • Yummy Mummy Club

    Unknown-1 “I discovered a game called “uKloo” that uses reading, running around, and hiding objects together—an obvious hit for kids. My boys beg to play this game with us.” Read more…

  • Divine.ca

    Divine 5 Hot Finds at Tastemakers Lounge at TIFF 2013 – The annual Toronto International Film Festival (simply known as “TIFF” to festival-goers) took place September 5 to 14 and amidst the excitement of film premieres and A-list celebrity spotting, there were also interesting things to be discovered at the swanky Tastemakers Lounge. Read more…

  • Notes to My Girls

    Notes to my girls quiet time Quiet Time “Over the past few months, the activity most often requested by Kamille during Quiet Time was a game of uKloo.” Read more…

  • Big Blueberry Eyes

    mdbeau.blogspotYou What? uKloo! – My kids love this game and frequently ask to play it. Sometimes I use it as an incentive when Kayla is a bit slow getting ready for school. I’ll ask her if she wants to play uKloo when she gets home and that usually perks her up! Read more…

  • GoErie

    Go Erie7 Great Games for Your Family – What you need is a good old-fashioned board game. Some are actually not so old-fashioned at all, employing an iPad or other electronic devices. Read more…

  • Story Is Yours

    final-web-banner “Reluctant or New Readers in your Home? – It’s easy to say that reading is important but what about the kids who just refuse?” Read more…

  • Toys and Games Magazine

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    “Last May, Doreen Dotto, the Toronto creator of uKloo Early Reader Treasure Hunt, joined several other brave Canadian inventors, who’ve gone before her, and pitched her new educational game to CBC’s Dragons’ Den.” Read more…

  • The Noise on Toys – Holiday Hit List 2011

    “The goblins are now gone, and the elves are putting their finishing touches on a new batch of toys.” Read more…

  • Imagination Soup

    “Doreen Dotto invented the perfect literacy game for kids who are learning to read.” Read more…

  • Examiner.com – Chicago, IL

    ” Chicago parents wanting to encourage children to master reading skills can have boys and girls play the uKloo Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game.” Read more…

  • Getting Kids Reading

    ” This could be the perfect literacy game. So simple and so brilliant.” Read more…

  • Canadian Family Magazine

    Kid Approved Books, Games and Puzzles:3-5

    If your reluctant reader can’t sit still long enough to sounds out sentences, this educational game is an engaging way to improve her literacy. Read more…

  • London Moms.ca

    “Summertime is here!! Are you already thinking about how to keep your kids occupied?” Read more…

  • Kitchen Counter Chronicles

    “They say necessity is the mother of invention…and they are right.” Read more…

  • Creative Play Retailer

    “uKloo(pronounced you-clue) Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game was invented by a mom who was challenged by her reluctant reader who would literally hide when time for reading homework.” Read more…

  • My Thoughts and Ramblings

    My Thoughts and Ramblings My Thoughts and Ramblings reviews uKloo! uKloo is a new game out there for kids learning to read. It was invented by a mom to help her child get over his fear of reading. uKloo is great for kinesthetic (hands on) learners. It offers physical exercise and helps build confidence. It also promotes independent learning and play. You as the parent get to choose how many cards to use, which cards to use and build on, and what surprise would be most suitable. Read more…

  • Tools to Tiaras

    Tools and TiarasuKloo’s Got Swag at the TIFF Tastemakers Lounge! uKloo (pronounced you-clue) Early Reader Treasure Hunt, a multi-award winning children’s literacy game developed by a Toronto mom, has been chosen as a featured item at the exclusive Tastemaker’s Lounge during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival® (TIFF), starting September 5. more…

  • Petrucelli’s Picks – The Examiner

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    Petrucelli Picks: This year’s best toys and games. Indeed they are oddly obvious – Read more…