Battleship (Two Players) Each player is given a sheet of coordinate paper (such as that shown below) and a number of ships. (For example, a short game might be played with each player having four battleships, three cruisers, five destroyers, and six P.T. boats.) Without allowing the other player to observe, each player then locates each of his ships at the intersection of two lines on the coordinate plane.
|Title||:||Guiding Discovery to Elementary School Math|
|Author||:||C. Alan Riedesel|