I haven't gotten to work at school much this week; however, I did get up there for a little while last night. While I was there I snapped a photo of a game I used last year. I call it the "pancake game". I don't think I made it up, but I also don't remember where I originally saw it. Basically, I just cut out (with my scrapbooking tools) a bunch of circles from cardstock. On one side I stuck printer labels with basic sight words. To play, the child places all the pancakes face down on the table or rug. Using a pancake flipper, they flip the pancake over and read the word. If they read it correctly, they keep the pancake. If not, they flip it back over.
If I remember correctly, I made these in a hurry. To make them cuter (and to look more like pancakes) you could use a more pancake-colored piece of cardstock, and maybe even add a pat of butter or some drizzled "syrup" on the backs of some. This game could be used for review of many other concepts such as math facts, geography terms, counting sets of numbers, etc.