The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share!
Depending on their level of multiplication fact mastery, they may need to solve them on dry erase boards or paper, so I usually write down the problem on the board when the student reads it so the kids can transcribe it on their board. It may take them a while at first to do this activity, but you'll be amazed at how fast they get after some practice!
What I love about these is that there is a card with the directions, so you can easily leave it with a sub or place the cards in a math center for students to do independently by lining up the cards or with a group of students. Students also love to beat their times, so sometimes I'll even keep track of the amount of time it takes for them to get from the first card to the last, and then we play beat the clock next time!
The facts are basic 0-9 multiplication facts.