Ready, Set, Eigo! is a simple card game that is used in and out of the classroom.
We're a little biased, but it's pretty fun. We hope you enjoy the game as much as we do!
We currently have two games, the LEVEL 1 base game and the LEVEL 2 expansion.
One game isn't enough? No problem, for bulk order inquiries, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing.
ABOUT OUR GAME
READY, SET, EIGO! Card Game 「レディー、セット、エイゴ！ カードゲーム」英語カードゲーム 楽しく英語を学ぶゲーム (128 cards included)
If you're looking for a quick and fun game to play with your family, friends, students, or classmates, then Ready, set, Eigo! is a must-try! The rules are simple; the game is all about matching the picture cards in your hand to the appropriate description card after it is drawn.
Developed in an English teaching environment, this game is proven to help children, students, and even adults learn English. The game includes hundreds of useful vocabulary and sentences that encourage natural language acquisition simply by playing the game. For use in the classroom we have some specific tips, so be sure to check them out here.
Of course, this game is intended for all ages and even native speakers of English will have a great time.
Buy it for your family, friends, loved ones, teachers, or recommend it to be included in your school's educational resource material library.
We hope you will enjoy this game alongside the many others who do!
Ready, set, EiGO!
PICTURE CARDS and DESCRIPTION CARDS
Kenny King- Maple Leaf Learning
Kids and teachers loved it.
One thing I really liked about the game, is unlike some other games on the market, there is no way to “remove” the language element of the game. I was surprised how quickly the kids picked up the language. My last class today wanted to play it five times.
Great job. Teachers today are so lucky, when I first arrived in Japan there was nothing.
Margit Yokota- Margit's Academy of Culture & Communication
You understand it right away.
The pictures are beautiful and it is more than 90% vocabulary even my 1st-grade students know.
So everyone can play right away.
No drilling type of flashcard game but application.