Take a break from worksheets and computer based learning and give the kids a folder game. They are a great form of practice and once they're familiar, kids can learn to do many of the games independently. I always do stick around in case they need help and to make sure they don't look at the answer sheet. A teacher recommended this learning tool and I've used it since my kids were toddlers. What I love is most is that the games come in different grade levels and various subject matter.
All you need to get started is a book of the games, a game website or make them up yourself. Use one pocket folder for each game and a zip baggie for the game pieces. I like to tape the bag to the back of the folder. A laminator helps game pieces last longer but is not necessary. You can glue pieces to cereal boxes and cut them out. This makes them a bit sturdier and easier to use. So go online and google folder games for all sorts of options to get started with this new/old style of learning and see your child grow in an exciting way!