Pass one to each student.
Play music. Students casually stroll around the room.
When the music stops, each student pairs up with another.
Each student in the pair holds up a flash card for the other.
Once both have solved their problems, students trade flash cards and sit on the floor.
Play music again, and repeat.
By the time this activity is finished, each student had solved a number of basic multiplication facts. They have also given clues and taught others when they had difficulty with a particular card.
The two most consistently-difficult problems were 8 x 6 = 48 and 7 x 6 = 42. If you get a chance, please work on these specific problems at home.