This activity is great to use as a review of verbal statements. There are 18 different problems that focus on the areas that students mix up the most. For this activity, each student will need A, B, C, D cards (make sure that the letters are big enough for you to see from around the room and I recommend that all letters are the same color, otherwise students might copy from a neighbor). You can use dry erase boards, but they are more distracting than the cards. Put one of the overheads up, give the students 5 to 10 seconds to figure out the answer, then say, "One-Two-Three-Up." Make sure that they do not hold up their cards early. Scan the room to see how they did. If you see a lot of the same answers that are wrong, you could ask the students why they choose that. Sometimes it is helpful to have the students explain their thought process. You will find it interesting to see what cues students take from the problems to eliminate answers or choose an answer.
You could use the overheads throughout the year (they most likely will not remember all the answers). It is a great way to review and refresh their memories about the tricky words of less than, sum, difference, quotient, twice, etc.