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Multiplication Battleships

Player 1 draws a 9 x 9 grid onto the gridded side of the board and then places one of each ship shown on the table onto their grid. An Aircraft Carrier will take up 6 squares, a Battleship 5 squares etc.

Player 2 must then try to sink Player 1’s battleships by saying a set of coordinates. If

Player 1 has a ship on that set of coordinates, e.g. (4, 3), it’ll have been shot!

Player 2 should keep a record of where the boats are on the plain side of the easel. Keep playing until all of Player 1’s ships have been completely sunk and swap roles!