This week our sight words are Tricky words one two and also three. (We distinguish between Tricky sight words and phonetic / rule following sight words). Since my class loves board games and will choose a board game consistently during Reading Workshop, I made a one, two, three board game. It is so simple and yet the FDKers loved it. The board is just spaces starting with a penguin and ending with a fish. I think a little shorter might work better or allowing a free turn or jump ahead on the squares with pictures. Anyway, I use wooden cubes for dice with one, two, three written on the sides. Any place markers work. We used "people" this week. They love it and I know the sight words are imprinting in their brains. Soon I will write up directions and standards and add to my store's free stuff or as an add-on to the penguin unit.