Yes, games! The Singapore Home Instructor Guides have one that's like the card game War. You take a dice and a little masking tape to make the dice only have the numbers you are working with - say 6, 7, 8, and 9. Then I think you multiply your card by the number you roll? You can also take the face cards out and when you each turn over a card, see who can multiply the two cards fastest (accurately), like War -- or have each person lay down two cards instead of just one and multiply them, and the winner is fastest or has the greatest product. Uno cards work well for these kinds of games, too.

You can really make most simple board games around your house into multiplication practice by just requiring that everyone multiply their number by another number before they can move, and playing fast.

Simple bingo sheets can be found online and you can fill in math equations or products, and call out the opposite, or shake 2 dice & find that product on the bingo board.

You can also play "memory" by turning up two cards that multiply to make a certain number, or make index cards to match the problem (e.g. 5x6) and the solution (e.g. 30).

Or you can adapt Go Fish rules to number cards and ask for two cards that "equal" your card (do you have a 5 and a 6, or do you have a 5x6, depending on what kinds of cards you have or make).

Games were fun at our house. If you aren't good at winging it or following vague instructions like mine

then you can also buy pre-made card games that are fairly inexpensive like Multiplication War & Math War (where the cards have the equation & you call out answer), Snap It Up, Math Smart, or the 24 Game. You can also find a few board games like Multiplication Bingo, S'Math, Multifactor, etc.