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Battleships/ coordinates

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by dandyhighwayman, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. Hi all,
    Does anyone have/ know of a decent battleships (or other coordinates style) game suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard?
    Thanks,
    TK

     
  2. Hi all,
    Does anyone have/ know of a decent battleships (or other coordinates style) game suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard?
    Thanks,
    TK

     
  3. DM

    DM New commenter

    Coordinates battleships?

    What an amazing idea.

    I think you should write it up for the TES and claim £30.
     
  4. DM

    DM New commenter

  5. That might be useful... cheers!

     
  6. maths126

    maths126 New commenter

    Chris Farmer has a useful program on his website for creating your own co-ordinate pictures.
    There is a Co-ordinate Bingo game available from Primary Games which I have used often and successfully with KS3 pupils.

     
  7. Thanks for all your ideas! I'm quite suprised that nobody seems to have made a maths-suitable battleships game yet, but there are some good ideas there to tide me over until somebody does... ;-)
     
  8. maths126

    maths126 New commenter

    I look forward to seeing your own version of Maths-suitable battleships in the TES Resources section soon [​IMG] - can't wait to try it out!

     
  9. frustum

    frustum Lead commenter

    I also like coordinates noughts and crosses - there may only be nine sets of coordinates involved, but played on a board running from -1 to 1 in each direction, they do have to think.
     
  10. I wouldn't know where to start, or I'd give it a shot...

     

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