Lately before any test or large quiz, 90% of the time, I've been doing the following: Giving a review sheet of problems, letting students work in partners or groups during the period. I come around and answer questions. If they don't finish, its homework, and I answer any other questions at the beginning of class the next day as a warm up before their test or quiz (time permitting). Now... to me, this is "boring" and unimpressive, especially for a new teacher who is supposed to be full of fun, great and innovative ideas, right? Sometime I jazz it up with a review game but what I keep running into is that they review the information better this way because its just kind of direct. Is this bad? Does anyone else have ways that they review besides games?