Battle Eggs is the EFL/ESL Card Game that beats the rest!
What is the Battle Eggs EFL/ESL Card Game?
Battle Eggs is the incredible new EFL/ESL card game with endless 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. Shapes, colors, hobbies, spelling, and phonics are just a few areas covered in Battle Eggs.
You might have tried a few EFL/ESL card games in the past, but once you play Battle Eggs, you’ll never need to look for another EFL/ESL card game to teach English again.
What do you need to play Battle Eggs?
The fastest way to understand the rules of Battle Eggs is to watch our how-to-play instructional video found here. Once you watch it, you’ll know everything you need to get started.
Each player needs 1 Pet Deck
Each player needs one Pet Deck to play Battle Eggs. A Pet Deck has Pet Cards which are used in Pet Battles. There are 10 colors of pets, and 10 types of pets, so kids will always look forward to getting a new Pet Deck to find their new favorite cards.
A Pet Deck has 15 cards (Click here to see all 100 pets), each packed with a unique profile including Pet Power Points (PPP), a character type, a color, a name, a hobby, a birthday, a weather symbol, a shape, an emotion, and a favorite food or drink.
There is even a secret word hidden in the name of each pet when you read it backwards. Rotagilla is a green rabbit, and its name spelled backwards is Alligator (which is also a green animal).
You need 1 Battle Deck (Vocabulary Cards/Battle Eggs)
In addition to each player having a Pet Deck, one Battle Deck is needed for the table. There are various levels of Battle Decks, each with vocabulary cards that teach topics such as phonics, days of the week, months, colors, and more depending on the Battle Deck level.
Battle Decks also have Battle Eggs which force all players to battle using their Pet Decks for the ultimate learn-through-play experience that never gets boring.
When playing Battle Eggs, students will learn the words on the vocabulary cards, plus they will quickly recognize how to read and spell them. Once students can read, write, and say all of the vocabulary words in a deck, it’s time to advance to the next Battle Deck level.