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Spelling Battleship Instructions
Materials Needed: Battleship Grids, Pencils, Spelling Lists
Number of Players: 2
Object: To be the first player to sink his or her opponent's spelling words.
How to Play: Both players secretly choose 5 spelling words and writes them under their word lists and
on their
My Words
grid. Words may be written horizontally or vertically—or diagonally to make it
more challenging for older players—but not backwards. Words may touch each other, but they cannot
overlap.
Players take turns calling out coordinates. If a player's opponent has a letter in the corresponding box,
the opponent says “hit” and tells the other player what letter is in the box. If the box is empty, the
opponent says “miss.” If it was a hit, the player who made the shot writes the letter on their
Opponent's
Words
grid at the proper coordinates. If it was a miss, the player marks the box with a dot.
At the same time, the opponent marks his or her grids. If it was a hit, the opponent circles the letter in
the
My Words
grid box. If it was a miss, the opponent marks the box with a dot.
If the shot was a hit, the player goes again. The player may guess the word instead of calling out
coordinates. If the word was correct, the player must spell the word correctly to his or her opponent. If
the word is spelled correctly, the opponent will say, “You sunk my
!” If the word was not
(spelling word)
guessed correctly or not spelled correctly, it counts as a miss.
The first player to sink his or her opponent's spelling words is the winner.
Tip: Be sure both players put “hits” and “misses” in their correct grid boxes!
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Spelling Battleship Instructions
Materials Needed: Battleship Grids, Pencils, Spelling Lists
Number of Players: 2
Object: To be the first player to sink his or her opponent's spelling words.
How to Play: Both players secretly choose 5 spelling words and writes them under their word lists and
on their
My Words
grid. Words may be written horizontally or vertically—or diagonally to make it
more challenging for older players—but not backwards. Words may touch each other, but they cannot
overlap.
Players take turns calling out coordinates. If a player's opponent has a letter in the corresponding box,
the opponent says “hit” and tells the other player what letter is in the box. If the box is empty, the
opponent says “miss.” If it was a hit, the player who made the shot writes the letter on their
Opponent's
Words
grid at the proper coordinates. If it was a miss, the player marks the box with a dot.
At the same time, the opponent marks his or her grids. If it was a hit, the opponent circles the letter in
the
My Words
grid box. If it was a miss, the opponent marks the box with a dot.
If the shot was a hit, the player goes again. The player may guess the word instead of calling out
coordinates. If the word was correct, the player must spell the word correctly to his or her opponent. If
the word is spelled correctly, the opponent will say, “You sunk my
!” If the word was not
(spelling word)
guessed correctly or not spelled correctly, it counts as a miss.
The first player to sink his or her opponent's spelling words is the winner.
Tip: Be sure both players put “hits” and “misses” in their correct grid boxes!
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Spelling Battleship
My Words
A
B
C
D
E
My Word List
F
G
H
I
J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Opponent's Words
A
B
C
D
On Your Turn
E
If your shot is a hit, write the letter on
your
Opponent's Words
grid at the
F
proper coordinates. If your shot is a
miss, mark your opponent's grid with a
G
dot.
H
On Your Opponent's Turn
I
If your opponent's shot is a hit, circle the
letter on your
My Words
grid. If your
J
opponent's shot is a miss, mark your
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
grid with a dot.
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