Each year it is my goal for all of my kiddos to be able to read the first 300 Fry Sight Words. They each have a F.I.S.H. Folder binder that serves as their take-home folder. (More to come about F.I.S.H. Folders soon!) In the binder, they keep their sight words along with a letter that explains to the parents the importance of them knowing their sight words and an area for them to keep track of their success. I also have each set of sight words printed on colored paper, laminated and put on rings to be used as flash cards in school. The word rings can also be used to play all the wonderful sight word games that I've been finding on wonderful blogs. If you have any cute ideas to share about sight words, I'd be happy to hear them. :)
Below is a picture of my desk area with the Fry Sight Word rings hanging on the front.
Below are pdf documents of the first 300 words and the letter that I use in my F.I.S.H. Folders.