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Students will plot ordered pairs on a coordinate plane (quadrant 1 only) to represent their battleships. They will guess ordered pairs to try to sink their opponent's battleships while practicing coordinate graphing skills. A great way to keep your students engaged!
This game is based off of the Hasbro(c) game, Battleship. It has been adapted so students play on the first quadrant of the coordinate graph. Students draw their own ships on their coordinate graph and mark their hits and misses on their enemy's graph. This is a fun way to reinforce the skills in
UPDATES:Thank you for your feedback! Based on your suggestions, I've made the following changes for this version (version 2):1. You can now choose between EASY, MEDIUM, and HARD modes. For easy mode there are no gaps between hits. For medium mode there are gaps but the hits are evenly spaced. F
The game Battleship set on a coordinate plane. Students practice their ordered pairs while attempting to sink their opponents ships. I recommend copying the 2 page document double-sided and laminating it. Then the students can use dry-erase markers and you can reuse the gameboards over and over.
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Coordinate Plane Battleship, Ordered Pairs, Quadrant 1, x coordinate, y coordinate Check out this EASY Chinese Stick Multiplication! Other Great Products Partial Quotient Division Multipack – SAVE $5FREE Partial Quotient Division PosterStep-by-Step Partial Quotient Division PowerPointPartial Qu
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Ordered Pairs Battleship is quick and easy to use. Simply print out the boards you want your class to use and hand them out. Students play Battleship with a partner using ordered pairs. This set includes 5 boards: All quadrants, quadrant 1, quadrant 2, quadrant 3 and quadrant 4. There are 5 addition
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This Candy Coordinate Pairs Battleship Game is a great way to review coordinate pairs and keeps students' attention! My students always loved to play this game and it really helped them practice the "over then up" matching of the coordinates. Included in this set: * colorful directions for students
This is a fun activity to reinforce concepts about graphing points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane. The students will learn to understand signs of numbers in ordered pairs. An example slide is provided to see how the activity was set up for my school and school nickname. Slide 3 will b
In this 2 player game, students guess ordered pairs trying to locate their opponents' ships on a Cartesian graph or coordinate plane. A fun way to practice graphing points! Students finding a point's coordinates as well as finding the location when given an ordered pair by their partner. By Michelle
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This download contains 6th grade math Module 3 Topic C Lesson 14 PowerPoint Lesson inspired from the Engage NY Eureka Math program. The topics include the following: Ordered Pairs and Battleship Game. These are self-made using other various resources in combination with Eureka inspired lessons from
Are your students not able to remember how to graph ordered pairs? Want a fun way to teach your students how to plot x- and y-coordinates? Try this interactive PowerPoint game!With this PowerPoint game, you can model for your students how to graph (X,Y) ordered pairs by modeling the direction of e
We all remember this fun game! This easy handout let's the student's play this game while practicing plotting ordered pairs on a grid!
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Graphing ordered pairs battleship is a fun way to practice graphing skills. Document is ready to use and the teacher can input intervals that go with unit being taught (whole numbers, decimals and fractions).
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Students will have tons of fun practicing graphing points with this Battleships GAME!
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A game played like battleship. The gameboard has a coordinate grid for each player to plot their ships and a coordinate grid to help keep track of ordered pairs they have called out. A fun way to practice and review plotting ordered pairs on a coordinate grid.
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THIS PARTNER GAME CAN BE PLAYED WITH SPELLING WORDS OR VOCABULARY WORDS. THIS IS PLAYED JUST LIKE THE REAL BATTLESHIP GAME, BUT USES WORDS FOR SHIPS. STUDENTS PRACTICE ORDERED PAIRS AS WELL BY LOOKING AT COORDINATES ON AN X,Y AXIS. GREAT FOR WORDS THEIR WAY PROGRAM. CAN BE USED IN YOUR BALANCED
This exciting activity has students playing a live game of Battleship where they demonstrate their understanding of ordered pairs at level 1 and 2 and then progress to using the Cartesian plane. Meets CCSS 5.G.1,2 - 6.NS.8.Level 1 and 2 use grid reference (A-J, 1-10) and (A-O, 1-14) which is the sa
In this fun activity, students play a game of Battleship (just like the board game) while practicing the mathematical concept of ordered pairs. Using grids and lists, students mark and record ordered pairs that represent the points for their ships. Part of the activity includes a home extension.
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Students practice graphing ordered pairs on a coordinate grid while playing the game of Battleship. The object of the game is to sink your opponent's ships by calling out the correct coordinate points that the ships are sitting on. Laminate and use dry erase markers so that students can play multi
What would your kid's think about playing a battleship game or designing superhero masks to help them understand ordered pairs? This 47 page mini unit is packed with highly engaging lessons, practice, games, music, and more to help your kiddos master identifying and plotting ordered pairs. All activ
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Students enjoy practicing plotting points by using this activity sheet. Students work in pairs, keeping this sheet from view (I usually use folders or binders, similar to the old-fashioned"BATTLESHIP" game). Each student uses a copy of this page to plot "ships" of specific lengths. Students take
Battleship game encourages students to plot ordered pairs in the first quadrant. This game is fun, engaging and a great practice for students! Includes 2 versions: a folder version that mimics the board game, and a paper version that involves NO PREP for teachers. Either way, students are practicin
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School closing due to Coronavirus? This is an amazing, online game, perfect for Distance Learning, consolidating the Cartesian Coordinate System! Kids can play at home with parents, siblings, classmates. Post to Google Classroom, it's a breeze.Excellent End of the Year Activity!!FINALLY! A Battl
Aligned with Common Core Mathematics Standards for Fifth-Grade: 5.G.1 5.G.1(a) 5.G.2 Includes: Turkey Hunt Game (Example Board, Student Board, and Tracking Sheet). Students plot “turkeys” on a coordinate plane and take turns finding a partner’s turkeys. Same idea as Battleship. Two differentiated

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