Ag As in Flag (Word Families Set 1) by Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

Introduces, in short textual content and illustrations, using the letter blend "ag" in such phrases as "flag," "tag," "rag," and "stag."

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This example illustrates how a typical Battleships puzzle of medium difficulty can be solved. You start with the three basic strategies, then use some logical thinking to break through to the next step, and finish by again using the basic strategies. More difficult puzzles require more of these thought steps (Figure 17). Using the basic strategies, you can get to the point shown in Figure 18. Now try the advanced strategy of finding where the biggest remaining ship goes. In this case, the biggest ship not yet placed is the battleship.

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