Road Trip Battleship!
Print these Battleship game sheets!
Battleship with instructions
extra game grid
THESE IMAGES TO PRINT THEM!
Here is a printable battleship
template with a grid on it for playing road trip Battleship. This
a two-player game for older kids who can read numbers and letters. It's
a printable version of a traditional pen and paper battleship game that
dates back pre-WWI. It was made into a popular board game board game
in the 1930's.
You can make your own gameboards
for this by drawing two 10x10 grids for each player. Lable one grid as
"my ships" and the other as "enemy ships". Number each column 1-10,
and lable the rows as letters A-J. (Or print the template sheets above).
How to Play:
Plot all of your ships on
your grid by drawing an outline of each onto the grid according to its
size (ex: size 3 = 3 blocks). Ships may not overlap. Don’t
let your enemy see your ships!
Take turns firing upon your
enemy by calling out plot points (example: "A-5") and marking them as “hit”
(X) or “miss” (dot) on your enemy ships plot according to your enemy’s
When your enemy fires upon
you, say "hit" or "miss", mark your ships with an X when they are hit.
When your ship is sunk, you must say, “You sank my ____!” (fill in
the name of your ship type).
The first person to sink
all of their enemy’s ships wins!
Print the full size games sheets
at the top of the page for examples and instructions. And of course, don't
miss all the other
Printable Car Games
For more road trip battleship
fun, try playing Drink Cup Battleship!
Also, you might enjoy playing
Battleship game to get you in the mood for the road trip game!
||And if your heart is set
on the Milton Bradley version of the Battleship
Game this game, here you go. It's always been a very portable game
and makes a great game for the car.
--Laurel (Road Trip Mom)
~ ..· ´¨¨))
..·´ Road Trip Mom -:¦:-
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