This math game uses a hundred-chart and a deck of cards with the face cards removed. A board marker is needed for each player. We always place our hundreds chart in page protectors and mark them with dry-erase markers, but bingo markers or pennies would work, too.
My children take turns drawing cards and placing a mark on a number on the hundred-chart that is a multiple of the number drawn. The first player with 8 in a row wins. My children always love to try to get 10 in a row. It's not simple, because many of those numbers are prime, but it is possible when we play with the Aces.