This review consists of 96 flashcards that have questions with corresponding answers. There are 48 question answer pairs in all. There are a couple of ways to run a review with these cards.
First, I print them on card-stock and I laminate the cards.
Next, I give the question answer pairs to my students while they are in groups of 3-5 people. Then I have them do a couple of different things.
I time them to see how quickly they can match up the cards in their group (team).
Second, I have them pick up all the question cards, so that each person has an equal amount of questions. Then I have them read off their questions round-robin style while they are looking at all the answers that are facing up. The student that finds and grabs the correct answer first gets to keep the answer card. The student with the most answers at the end of the game wins.
Finally, if there is time remaining, I have the students volunteer to "meet the challenge." The student in each group that volunteers has to answer questions from the question cards without any answers from the deck of answers. The student that represents each group comes to the front of the room and sits with their back to the audience. The group members randomly pick question from the pile of question cards and the "volunteer student" answers the questions that his/her group members select. The "volunteer student" with the most questions right in this final competition wins bonus points for the whole team.
This could also be used like a scavenger hunt where the students are given a sheet of paper and they have to walk around writing down the questions that they read with the corresponding answers. I usually tape the cards to the surface that the students are accustomed to writing on, I just mix the cards up throughout the room. I do the activity this way for my classes that prefer independent work, as opposed to group work.