First year teacher here. I spent my entire break creating semester exams and reviews for the five subjects I teach, and now I am trying to figure out some ways to spice up the review packets. In general we are looking at 6-7 pages of questions that students might need to look up in their texts and write out responses. My exams are mostly all multiple choice, same concepts. My students' luck with my tests and previous reviews have not been so great this year. There is a mix of lazyness ( not completing reviews, or studying) and just not seeming to know how to study. I have required students to turn in a completed packet in order to take a test. This has literally pushed back half the class getting the test done by a week ( the ones that have to finish do so in a lunch working hour we have). For the exam I am saying 10 points are added to the exam grade if they hand in a completed and correctly answered packet. Beyond this, are there some learning games that we could play to make this studying part more engaging? I have done Jeopardy before, but it certainly takes a lot of time on my part to create the Q/A. Any other fun ways to practice? I have Chemistry, Biology, physical science in 9 th grade, Earth science and 7 th grade Life science.