I am a 6th grade math teacher. This is a daily review I use to start my math class. The CC Math Reviews constantly review 6th grade math skills in a cyclical manner. Skills will appear throughout the reviews, becoming more challenging as the year goes by. They are completely editable for your own needs! Here is how I use them (though you can use them any way you wish!).
1) I use these reviews as a bell ringer to start my class. Students work on the four problems on one side as soon as they sit down in class.
2) The Daily Reviews constantly review material already learned, and preview upcoming concepts that take time to master.
3) For the odd-numbered reviews, students complete the four problems and I go over the answers on the smart board. I don't grade odd-numbered reviews. I encourage students to write themselves notes when they fix errors because the even-numbered reviews will have similar problems, but are graded. I collect and redistribute the following day.
4) For the even-numbered reviews, students complete the four problems and hand in. I grade these by keeping track of points and give one grade at the end of the grading period. Students are encouraged to look back at the review from the day before to help them solve problems.
5) After grading the even-numbered review, I save any that have errors, and help students fix their mistakes one-on-one.
I do not use Common Core Daily reviews everyday, however. If I have a lesson that is going to take more time, I usually skip the review (which is why there are 114 of them).
I credit my test scores to the constant reviewing and previewing that the Common Core Daily Review provides! Also, because I do a little review almost everyday, I don't have the need to spend the weeks before state tests cramming for the exams.