12 Amazing Times Tables Charts for your Classroom or Bedroom — Edgalaxy: Cool Stuff for Nerdy teachers
Just like traditional battleship except instead of coordinates they use the answer to times table questions to try to locate their opponent's ship. E.G Player 1 asks the other 'Is it in 36?' so then Player 2 looks to see if they put their ship in the 6 x 6 grid square.
This is a fun and simple game puzzle. Simply print and cut out the pieces. Students use basic multiplication fact knowledge to put the puzzle back together again. Great for early finishers or a math center!