Here's a simple activity that not only provides a thorough review of the material, but also stretches cognitive skills by encouraging a multi-level answer.
To play Right In a RowAll you need is a stack of flashcards. These can cover any subject as long as the answers can be ordered sequentially (numbers in numerical order, letters in alphabetical order, presidents in inauguration order, etc.)
Randomly arrange a handful of cards in front of your child...3-6 cards depending upon his/her age.
*In this case, my daughter was given multiplication flashcards and had to arrange them so that the answers would gradually get larger from left to right. (In hindsight, this may not have been the best example photo since it appears that the majority of these sample cards were all in the SIX times family making it much too easy to figure out their order.)