I was trying how to incorporate our class sight words into our fairy tale study. I saw this game with students sticking cards to their forehead. I changed it a little so we did not have to have spit on our heads. Frist print up a list with all the students' names and an equal number of sight words. They can color and cut out the crown or you can run on yellow paper to save time. I glue the crowns to sentence strips and staple to make a hat. Each child gets a data sheet (early in the year I have student names written out already), clip board, pencil and crown to wear (they were encouraged not to look at their crown). Then have the students roam around the room reading sight words. They read their friends crown and write the sight word next to their name on the recording sheet. The kids loved it. I have also used the crown like the game Headbands. The student group up and give clues (like your word has three letters, you start with the /c/ sound, your rhyme with man). They love trying to figure out the word and want to play every day. I also let the students take their headband home so you do not have to worry about lice.