I got this idea from a different resource website. It’s like “speed dating,” but for reviewing parts of a book (characters, themes, etc…). However, I decided to adapt it to the science class to help out a friend to review with students before the Living Environment Regents.
This is good for a smaller sized class, as there are only 14 cards. If you have more students in your class, some of them may be able to circle around and help students form questions, or set the time for each “date.”
A dichotomous key is included for lower-level students (which helps them learn that task as well!).
For my own copy, I also have pictures included on each of the cards. However, for copyright issues, I did not include those diagrams, so feel free to add your own in the bottom right-hand corner (there's some space there)!
I have printed each page, double sided (make sure the SHORT EDGE binding is on, otherwise the numbers will be upside down) on cardstock and laminated them. They are 3X5, so you can also cut them out, single-sided, and paste them onto index cards if desired.