When I was in 3rd grade, I wanted a way I could play Wheel of Fortune at school, without mucking around with trying to shove a board game in my bookbag/lunchbox. I drew the puzzleboard (complete with those cool spikes they had in 1996), a rudimentary Wheel (which I actually formed as a strip of values, to fit easier on the paper) and a used letter board. I slipped it inside a plastic sleeve and it became dry erase.
It actually served me pretty well, and in the event that you may have a binder or a notebook or the ability to laminate, this remade version may serve somewhat well.
Wheel of Fortune (Dry Erase Edition) (9.5 MB PDF Document)