I'm always looking for new ways to practice sight words with my kids. This game I was going to originally introduce with cards from 0-30, but I got the sight word cards cut out first! Partners take a deck of sight word cards and divide them between themselves.
I post a sight word on the board to be the 'jack.'
The kids flip the cards one at a time and read the words. When the 'jack' comes up, the first student to put his/her hand on it gets the pile.
The partners then wait for the next 'jack' word and keep playing.
We had to have a little discussion about what happens if you lose all your cards before our time is up. Instead of getting upset that you don't have any cards to flip, you wait for the 'jack' word like a tiger in a tree! That really perked up the kids who were getting sad about losing all their cards.