"Tell Me! Tell You!" is a game intended to make flash card drills more fun. I invented this game for my learning disabled student, (and she loves it!) but it could be used for any school aged child's flashcard drills. There is a game board, an instruction sheet, and two different templates that you can use to make your own flashcards. You determine the "point tokens", and the rewards.
The idea is that as you flash the cards, if the student knows the card, they will "Tell You!" what it is and they get to keep the card and put it on an "I told you!" space and earn points as they accumulate more cards. If they don't know the card, you "Tell Me!" (Tell the student the answer) and then you put the card back in your teacher pile to re-use.
You assign the points and point value to accommodate your student. With my student we use pennies, and when she earns 5 pennies she gets a nickel for her piggy bank, and when she learns 100% of the cards she gets a small model horse to add to her horse collection. This works for us, but the advantage of this game is that you can modify it to suit your needs.