I use these boards all the time, so here is a free blank one for you to use.
Adapt it to:
Answers to number facts - you call - students cross out answer
Vocabulary building/Sight words - new words the student is learning
Spelling - letter patterns
You can virtually use the boards for any purpose where there is a question and only one answer, so they are very flexible.
You can declare a winner when there are 3 in a row, column or diagonal, or you can go for the whole board.
You could laminate a class set and have students use dry erase pens or crayons to write in their 9 spaces. Then, they just need to cross out their choices as they are called.
You can adapt the boards to any subject area as well.