Take a solid color latex ball and divide it into shapes. Write math families on it. Students will stand or sit in a circle and catch the ball with their two hands. Wherever their right thumb lands, they will make a math problem out of the three numbers. Example 7, 8, 56. They could say 56/7=8 or 8x7=56 or 7x8=56 or 56/8=7 - This gives them some leadership and helps them save face if they are not 100% skilled at math drills. It's a great way to review.
Here is another idea I used for Kindergarten students with simple addition problems:
Here is a first grade ball
Here is another review idea for multiplication facts:
Styrofoam cups- Write the multiplication fact on one cup and the answer on another cup- the students will stack the cups together- matching the multiplication problem with the answer. This makes a nice center activity. It can be self checking if the answer is written on the bottom of the multiplication problem cup.
For probability and a little fun- I'm really against giving kids too much food at school- but I thought this would be fun and it was fruit pieces. I bought these boxes of fruit pieces. It's a good introduction to probability. Here is the worksheet click here Here is a picture of the fruit pieces I bought to go with this worksheet:
For fractions- I bought a few decks of cards and made some worksheets so the students could play "War" making fractions from all the cards minus the face cards. The bigger fraction wins all the cards. After 10 rounds- the student with the most cards wins and then and then they play again. Here is the worksheet for the cards- click here