Review prior to an assessment often becomes boring for students as it often involves much bookwork. In an effort to make review more interesting for students, the following game can be employed. I first saw this matching game played in a colleague's classroom. Each student had either a holiday character (mostly from popular TV shows) or a description of a character on his/her back in large print and braille. The students walked around the room and read each other’s backs looking for a match. The activity was a lot of fun for the students and included tactile, auditory, and kinesthetic learning modalities. I thought this would be a more interesting and engaging manner in which to review vocabulary. I requested a set of cards from our braille transcriber for the words to the next chapter. The students’ comprehension of the terms and retention improved and I saw higher test scores. Whenever possible, I use this game to prepare students prior to a test.