When I was teaching I called sight words, scoop words, and developed a game for my class called Scoop Word Sundae. I divided the dolch/fry sight word list into five separate color lists, from easiest to hardest. Everyone starts out on the same list but as each child masters their list they move onto the next list and get a coordinating color scoop on their ice cream cone on the wall. It's a great motivator for learning their words and it does work! Students build their word sundae by choosing scoops from their list, I separate the scoops by putting coordinating color dots on the back of the scoops and have them separated in to bowls or containers, making a container look like and ice cream box would be really cute. So they choose scoop words from the bowls and must say the word before adding it to their sundae. If they don't know the word they put it back or they can ask a friend for help if needed. Once their sundae is built they add a cherry at the top and then repeat the word. I also have had students write the words on their sundae in their work folder, it's a way for me to make sure they stay on task and do their work. They can also write their words in a sentence and the list could go on. My students LOVED this game and I know yours will too! In the file I have included all my color lists already made, all you have to do is copy them onto coordinating color paper for your students.