Here are two ways to practice multiplication facts and one way for division.
For multiplication there are charts to fill in. They can be placed in a page protector to be used more than once. Homework or in class, it is a self directed way to practice facts, once students understand how to use the chart.
The second way to practice multiplication facts is a read aloud. Students read the problems out loud to a partner or silently to them selves. These can be cut apart and made into a little book to take home or keep in their desk for practice.
For division there are charts to fill in. Blank charts are included, so students can focus on a certain fact.