Make Learning Fun With The uKloo Treasure Hunt
Disclosure: I received a uKloo treasure hunt game to facilitate this review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own 🙂
Now that school has started we are back into education mode! Not don’t get me wrong, we focus on education all the time, but I love the start of a brand new school year! It’s the time of year my kids gets really excited about learning and doing educational activities. So when I was given the chance to try out the fun educational game uKloo I was super excited!
The uKloo Riddle Edition Treasure Hunt combines your child’s thinking skills with Physically active fun! This educational game, disguised as a treasure hunt boosts reading comprehension. builds problem-solving skills, supports evaluative thinking and enhances logic and reasoning.
My daughter was super excited to try this game out. She is a very active kid, and loves anything that will get her up and moving.
To play the Riddle Edition, parents lay riddle cards around the house to create a trail leading to a surprise. An enclosed hints booklet can be accessed if the child gets stuck. If the child is really stuck and needs the answer they must reflect upon it – in a mirror. How cool is that?
There are 3 different levels of varying difficulties, and I’ll be honest, I had just as much fun hiding the cards as my daughter did finding them, ha! And the best part is that it’s educational AND fun!
My daughter and I giggled the whole time she ran around the house looking for clues to find what she needed. And at the end of the game her surprise was an extra 30 minutes to stay up and read. And if there is one thing my kid loves to do it’s read!
If you are looking for a fun way to get your kids up, moving, and learning, I highly recommend uKloo! My daughter and I used the Riddle Edition of the uKloo game, which is for the kids ages 7+.
If you have a pre-schooler, check out the uKloo Early Reader version of the Treasure Hunt Game. The delight and excitement are yours. Reading can be fun and instilled in our children as a way of getting ANY knowledge in the world they’re looking for! Developing such love for reading starts very early. Why not using developmental games like uKloo to give our children a gift they will use and enjoy for the rest of their lives?