A fun way to practice the irregular forms of the preterite. The first page are instructions, the second page is a model of a game in progress and the third page is a blank battleship playing board for your students. The left side represents where your ships are hidden on your grid.The right side is to keep track of where you have shot against your opponent's navy. A player shoots at their opponent's ships by saying the (1) subject pronoun, (2) then the infinitive and finally (3) conjugating the verb in the preterite tense. If you get a hit, you get to go again. The X's in the upper right hand corner of each grid represent the ships that you have to play with (I.E. You have three ships that take up two squares.) Lastly, I allow ships to only be placed horizontally or vertically and not diagonally to keep the game from going too long.