Battle Deck Level 3/Level 4 Box Set

¥2,480

Get this two-deck box set with Battle Decks Level 3 and Level 4 (90 cards total!) and start playing Battle Eggs today! Battle Eggs is the most SPELL-endid EFL/ESL card game you’ll ever find that teaches colors, animals, months, shapes, emotions, hobbies, and a whole lot more all in a simple game for ages 3 and up.

Battle Deck Level 3 has 35 words that teach blends and digraphs including words with ch, ck, sh, th, sp, wh, and more, while Battle Deck Level 4 has 35 foundational words grouped in categories such as colors, days of the week, prepositions of place, and numbers zero through ten. Each deck also has 10 Battle Egg Cards, including all new “Name Battle” and “Same Pet Color” Battle Eggs. Keep reading below to find out more.

For a limited time, any order containing 10 or more Battle Deck Box Sets can get 30% off all Battle Eggs products in the order!

(Offer only valid for orders within Japan. Contact us to get your discount code prior to ordering!)

***Due to shipping restrictions related to COVID-19, please contact us before ordering from outside of Japan.***

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Get Battle Eggs Level 3/Level 4 Box Set, the ultimate Phonics and Spelling Game:

Battle Eggs is the Spelling and Phonics Card Game that everyone wants to play!

Battle Eggs is the amazing new EFL card game with incredible potential for teaching English. Not only do kids love collecting Pet Cards and using them in battles, but the more they play, the more they learn.

When Pet Cards are used together with Battle Decks, shapes, colors, hobbies, spelling, and phonics are just a few of the many things learned when playing Battle Eggs. This simple, yet exciting game is also a great curriculum resource! If students play at home with friends and family members, you’re sure to see progress in no time at all.

Battle Deck Vocabulary List

Vocabulary Words in Battle Deck Level 3

Words with CH: chew, rich, cheese

Words with CK: kick, rock, sick

Words with SH: fish, ship, wash

Words with TH: tooth, bath, math

Words with R-blends: drum, crab

Words with L-blends: fly, play, slug, flat, blue, old

Words with N-blends: pink, sand, wind

Words with ER: water, baker

Words with PH: phone, dolphin, trophy

Words with SP: spoon, wasp

Words with WH: whale, wheel

Words with CE: mice, face, ice

Vocabulary Words in Battle Deck Level 4

Prepositions of place: in, on, under, by, between, in front of, behind, above

Days of the week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Numbers: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten

Colors: green, orange, purple, yellow, brown, light blue, black, white, red

Battle Eggs in Battle Decks Level 3 and Level 4

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Same Color Battle (High PPP)

  1. If you draw this card, draw a Pet Card.
  2. All players find one of their cards with the same color from their Pet Deck or discard pile.
  3. The highest PPP wins after all players say: “My red pet is a cat.”*The player who draws this card can take one more turn after the battle.
    **If two players tie, then those players can draw their next Pet Card and battle again.

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Same Color Battle (Low PPP)

  1. If you draw this card, draw a Pet Card.
  2. All players find one of their cards with the same color from their Pet Deck or discard pile.
  3. The lowest PPP wins after all players say: “My red pet is a cat.”*The player who draws this card can take one more turn after the battle.
    **If two players tie, then those players can draw their next Pet Card and battle again.

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Short Name Battle

The Pet Card with the shortest name wins

1. Each player draws a Pet Card and says: “My pet’s name has 3 letters.”

2. The name with the fewest letters wins. (eg. Kni (3 letters) beats Drib (4 letters).

*The player who draws this card can take one more turn after the battle.

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Long Name Battle

The Pet Card with the longest name wins

1. Each player draws a Pet Card and says: “My pet’s name has 3 letters.”

2. The name with the most letters wins. (eg. Drib (4 letters) beats Kni (3 letters).

*The player who draws this card can take one more turn after the battle.

Battle Eggs is more than just a card game. It’s a learn-through-play tool!

One of the most important elements of learning English is repetition to master new vocabulary, phonics, and spelling. Another key point is to make learning fun and keep students motivated. Battle Eggs was created specifically to do these two things. Best of all, it can be played anywhere with anyone, regardless of English ability, and players will instantly discover their weaknesses and work harder to improve them to prevent losing valuable points in the game. The more they play Battle Eggs, the faster their English ability will improve, leading to increased confidence to communicate in English.

How to play Battle Eggs

The concept of Battle Eggs is incredibly simple. For each player’s turn, draw a card from the Battle Deck in the middle of the table and ask a question about the card to the player on the left. If that player can answer the question, they get to keep the card (and its points).

If the player makes a mistake, however, all players get to have a Pet Battle to win the card. You can read the complete rules here or check out this how-to-play video.

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