The school I teach at uses Oxford Words to measure the growth children make in their early years reading and spelling sight words. Oxford Words are basically just sight words, but have been put in the order of the words children most commonly use. So "I" is obviously the first word, followed by "the, and, to, a, was, my, went" etc.
When I was teaching Grade 1, I put together sets of bingo (6 cards per group of 20 words - perfect for small literacy groups), flashcards and an assessment record. My school was, at the time, very conscious with using Victorian Cursive as font. I have altered these documents and uploaded them to my TpT and TM stores for instant download for teachers who need more stability in teaching Sight Words.
Even if you don't use "Oxford Words" at your school, you would easily be able to use these - they are simply words, but in a specific order!
Oxford Word Bingos - 6 cards per set - 10 sets in total, words 1-200
Included with each bingo sets are teacher cards to laminate and cut between and 6 cards (2 per page)
I used a different colour for each set so I could easily see which set children were working on that day. Purchase from TpT and TM.
If you don't live in Victoria or Australia, then you should download this booklet!
I have also uploaded flashcards of each word from 1-200. There are 20 words per page. I used these as whole sheets for in class identification, testing and sending home for practise. I also laminated and cut up sets and used them for games. The children loved playing "Oh No" and "Crash" - everything you need to play these games, including instructions, are included in the pack.
Flashcards - 12 pages - 20 words per page - words 1-200
Other font flashcards
The very last thing I uploaded was my assessment checklist. This includes words 1-200 with space for children's names below. Each month or so (depending on children need) I would test children on their sight words at their appropriate level. I would colour in the corresponding box on the checklist when they confidently read the word. Each time I tested, I used a different colour to show the progress children made across the year. Then it was easy to group children together who knew similar words and needed to know others. It also looked impressive when I was asked how I assess sight words!
I can also email you an editable version of this document once you have purchased the pdf.
I hope if you are sitting there, reading this and you are currently not assessing your sight words correctly, that my booklets can help you get on top of using assessment to inform teaching!