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Children spend many hours playing 
action video games.

Why not modify them to learn as well?

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First virtual reality game to learn languages… Push the laser beam button!

Recommended age: 5 to 12 years old.
You can learn: Spanish, French, German, English and Chinese.

How does it work?

– Pushing the button you throw laser beams. That’s the way you learn a new language.

The way children explain Heromask is maybe the best way to explain it. Heromask includes: French, German, English, Spanish and Chinese.

“The player becomes a hero when puts on the mask. Then, the child is capable of learning any language that comes his or her way, if necessary to save the galaxy”

We recommend it both as an educational resource and will make an amazing family gift.

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Slide You have to tell other
parents that it works
because it is not another
learning method but a game!
- Manuel, his son is 7 years old.
Slide He challenges me to see
who knows more words.
Every day he asks
me do you know what
I have learnt today?
- Manuel, father of a 6 year
old boy (about to turn 7).
Slide It saved my life because
I didn’t know what to give
to my nephews!
- Julián
Slide My grandson has not yet
tried it... If he does not try
it soon, I’m going to keep it
for me because I love it!
- Emilia, our favourite
Slide Thanks to Heromask, he is
excited about the English
- Manuel, father of a 6 year
old boy.

Why does it work?

  • Neuroeducation: The emotions aroused by action video games help the brain to store information more effectively.
  • Commitment: The game has been created by a former language teacher who has dedicated more than 3 years of intense work to create something super attractive for children.
  • Montessori Pedagogy: We start from the type of video games that we know that interests and motivates children from 5 to 12 years, isolates the difficulty, promotes repetition, learns by exploration, autonomy, independence and freedom of choice (that does not require the presence of an adult in order to learn, that elevates self-esteem and motivates).
  • Linguistic immersion and learning by discovery: It is the natural way to learn. Virtual reality, in addition, ensures that there are no distractions during the game.
  • Special needs: It also works with children with learning difficulties such as autism, dyslexia or hearing problems. Ask us for more information.

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