We are often asked about Times Tables, and it must be said that there is an almost inexaustable amont of material out there on the topic. However, here are just two of my favourites that go beyond the basic write them and chant them routines.
FLASHCARDS: We like flashcards and are using them to help the children develop their knowledge base in mathematics. Nice idea to make these using old board game cards. Question on one side, answer on the other. Holding the pack of cards, reveal the questions one by one. If they answer quickly they keep the card as a prize. Otherwise, they take a moment to see the correct answer and return the card to the back of the pack. Another way of using the cards is to place a selection of troublesome tables on the table and ask them to choose with to answer, turning them over as they answer correctly. Another approach might be to allow your child to be the teacher and to teach you the times tables - pretent to get some wrong.
fully customisable too so that you can control which tables to test, how long you get, etc. And remember to keep the sound on for extra pupil motivation when they finish!