uKloo in Action!uKloo Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game: A new concept in Educational Games helps children gain confidence as they learn to read.This young girl is practicing her reading and building on her reading skills without even realizing it! uKloo turns your home into the game board and gets kids physically active.
Parents are in charge with uKloo! After all who knows their kids best? Parents decide which cards to use, how many cards to leave out and what SURPRISE will best motivate their child!
Your child will be reading without even realizing it!
Shhh! Don’t tell the kids that it’s educational!
Kids are having so much fun playing uKloo that they have no idea that they are actually building their reading skills! The excitement of finding hidden clue cards and running around the house on a treasure hunt is so engaging that the kids are reading without even realizing it! When the kids get stuck on a word, they are empowered to look up the word themselves with the aid of a Picture Helper Poster, as a reference tool to decode the clue card.
uKloo was invented by a mom with two boys who avoided reading homework at all costs
uKloo gives young readers and struggling readers a physically active alternative to sitting still with traditional books for children or computer based games.
- uKloo play makes reading fun
- Builds self confidence
- Encourages independence
- Promotes sight reading (visual word recognition)
- Offers basics of sentence structure
- Introduces research skills
Young Wyatt is giving dragon Bruce Croxon a lesson in uKloo play!
Kevin O’Leary: ”uKloo, good product, love the literacy thing…”
Cruce Croxon: ”I think you nailed it!”
Robert Herjavec: ”Fantastic looking product!”
Since taping a Dragon’s Den segment in May of 2011, uKloo has established itself as a rising star in the Canadian game industry. Mom and uKloo creator, Doreen Dotto turned down dragon, Kevin O’Leary’s offer and went on to propel uKloo into retailers across Canada, the USA and Australia!
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