After you have taught arithmetic sequences and want some good review with your kids, this is great.
I put my kids in groups of 2-3 (I have grouped heterogeneously and homogeneously and both worked great). Each group gets a paper with instructions and tables for each sequence. I have one student from each group come get a card from my table. I put each of the 10 sequences on a different colored card and laminate them. (For my big classes, I have to print 2 sets to help things go smoothly.) They will go back and complete a table with the information asked of them. I have students fill in the sequence number instead of numbering them, because they typically mess up and it throws them off! Once they have completed the table one of them come to me with their work and card. If they got all the info correct, I highlight that number on my table for their group and have them pick another card. Each time a group finishes, another person in the group has to bring me the work. This way I can keep up with the groups not on task or lost, and get to work one-on-one with each student.