Place a word card on each space of the game board. Students take turns rolling a die. They try to read the word that corresponds to the number they rolled. If they can read the word, they take the word. The teacher replaces the word with a new card. Continue until all cards are gone. The winner is the person with the most cards.
Roll a Snowman (http://www.littlegiraffes.com/Roll%20a%20snowman.pdf)
Print sight words on cards. Take turns having children pick a card. If a child can read it, he can roll the die and follow the directions on the chart (ex: draw a face, draw a hat). If he does not need that body part, he just loses the turn. First person to complete the snowman wins.
Game Boards (http://www.theschoolbell.com/Links/Dolch/Contents.html)
Use any type of game board (generic ones found online, boards from commercial games, Open Court game boards, etc.). Have the children draw a card and read the word. If they get it correct, they may roll/spin and move. Follow the directions on the game board for special squares. The first person to reach finish is the winner.