Buzz - This is a great game to practice multiples. Gather your students in a circle or you could even do it in line when waiting for lunch or to get into activity. Say the number you want to use is 3. The first child says 1, 2nd child says 2, but the third child says BUZZ! The 4th child then says 4, 5th child 5, 6th child says BUZZ, 7th child says 7, 8th child says 8, and 9th child BUZZ. You get the picture. Start off with a small number like 3 or 4 and then try higher numbers to challenge them. You could also start off in the middle and have the first child start off say with the number 9 and go from there.
Hot Potatoe - After watching a video on a topic, reading a chapter, or even for a mixed review have the children pass a ball. Say Hot Potatoe and whoever has the ball has to answer a question on the topic. If they get it right they get some sort of reward. This particular school used links, which are like tickets and the kids could turn them in for rewards later. If the child gets the question wrote they start passing the ball around again until the teacher calls Hot Potatoe and then that child gets a shot at the question. Play resumes with the next question. Another variation I thought of is to play music and stop the music and whoever has the ball must answer the question.
What games do you play for review? Please post your game ideas in the comment section, but please no teaching products.