Krypto - you lay out 6 numbered cards. You have to add, subtract, multiply and/or divide the first 5 cards to make it equal the last card. This game requires students to think creatively. There can be more than one way to manipulate the numbers to get the "answer." This is a great game. You don't actually need the "Krypto" cards, any numbered cards will work.
Salute -Students have to calculate the quotient to guess their card.
Need: numbered cards. I use playing cards with Kings, Queens, Jacks, and Aces removed leaving numbers 2-10 for each suit. Sometimes you can get playing cards from the Dollar Store. Multiplication salute - need: numbered cards. I use playing cards with Kings, Queens, Jacks, and Aces removed leaving numbers 2-10 for each suit. Sometimes you can get playing cards from the Dollar Store. Divide students into groups of three. Two of the students each draw a card and put it up to their foreheads so they can't see it, but others can. The third student, who can see both cards, calls out the product of the two cards. The students race to figure out the value of their own card. The first student to call out the right answer, keeps both cards. The round ends when all cards have been played and the students count their cards to see who won the most cards. (There's a couple ways to rotate. One is that two players race each other for the entire deck while the third calls out all the sums for that round, then choose another person to call out the product. Or the three students can take turns each time the cards are drawn so they each get a turn calling out products and racing in the same game.