Children with dyslexia often need much more practice to secure a skill (such as handwriting, reading, spelling, multiplication tables etc.) This is known as over-learning.
Practice needs to be multi-sensory, which means that not only should the child be reading the word but ideally saying it, and writing it in as many different ways as possible. These game ideas can be applied to most word lists and stop the over-learning becoming boring! Some of them are home made, others are adaptations of shop-bought games.