I have a number of multiplication games that students can play to practice basic facts. I really like Multiplication Four-in-a-Row. Students are give a number strip or table and begin by placing markers on any two numbers. The first player finds the product and covers that number. The second player moves one of the markers on the number table to create a new number sentence, finds that product, and covers the number. Play continues until one player gets 4 in a row, either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
I've been using this paper and pencil version for some time.
If you want to try this with your students, you can download a PDF.
I've also just created a digital version.
If you would like to try this with your students, you can download a copy.
That's it for day 20 of #MTBoSBlaugust. I hope you'll come back tomorrow to see what else I have to share.