Tuesday, February 21, 2017 16:37


Nearly 500 words in 300 online interactive activities and games (and growing!); organised in 27 popular topics and 3 levels of learning. Lesson plans, records of achievement and printable resources included.


Langeroo lets pupils explore topics on their own…  They can explore scenes and learn words by themselves.


Pupils can play games, create scenes with characters and earn certificates…



We’re excited to announce that development has started on Langeroo Adventures, a cross-platform suite of educational games, launching later this year on Windows 10, Android, iOS, and Xbox. Read more at http://www.chaoscreated.com/2015/06/announcing-langeroo-adventures.

June 18, 2015


Langeroo has a great ‘Musical Instruments’ topic. Each musical instrument has its own matching picture, sound and written word so the activities can be accessed by children of all abilities. In most Langeroo games/activities, you have the opportunity to choose to hear the spoken word or not. This means that you can use Langeroo games […]

February 11, 2014


We’ve just updated our Music topic in Level 3 of Langeroo Online. Following some great suggestions at the BETT Show, our Scene Maker activity now features music from all of the instruments in the topic which play automatically when a child drags and drops a band member. This new functionality brings the topic further to […]

January 28, 2014


We’re offering a special deal for Home Users – Three months of Langeroo for £9.99. Simply use the offer code Spring14 when signing up! Langeroo has over 320 online activities and games, designed for children aged 3+. Games include Wordbanks, Flashcards, Click-on-Games and Scene Makers, with supporting apps available. Langeroo teaches English with 27 exciting […]

January 27, 2014


Sometimes it’s hard for young children to communicate their feelings. Perhaps they are unsettled and nervous about starting a new school or being with a new teacher. Maybe they have a specific educational need or possibly they do not have enough ’language’ to express themselves. Some years back, two children arrived in my class. They […]

September 17, 2013