I decided to use them this year in a fun Spring-themed Four In A Row Sight Word Game. I love this game because students get the chance to practice sight word recognition, and students love to play it because it is fun.
Students play in partners, and take turns reading words on the board. If they read the word correctly, they get to place a marker over it. The first person to get four markers in a row wins!
When creating the boards, I had an end-of-first-grade student in mind and used both the Dolch (Pre-Primer-1st Grade) and Fry (First Two Hundred) Sight Word Lists. The lists contain many of the same words, and I think it only helps to cover words from both lists. :-)
Download the game boards below. The packet contains eight cards designed to cover multiple word lists.