This is the current catalogue of the published literacy resources that I use in my intervention sessions.
This list is dynamic and changes as I teach, test and refine/add resources.
I have included my Quick Literacy Placement Screener which you can administer to a whole class in the first week of school to get a ballpark idea of skill development in these areas. The results will indicate which students need the next round of screening.
This list will help you target the particular skills that your students need. Games consolidate learning especially for kids who need more time to learn (Charlton, Williams and McLaughlin 2005)*. Teach your intervention group, then put the game in a Literacy Centre for maximum exposure and inclusivity. Your intervention group can teach other members of your class.
If you need to develop an intervention process I have documented mine in "Literacy Intervention Handbook" which would give you strategies and activities to follow up, if you're interested. You will find the Handbook on TpT.
*Charlton, B, Williams, RL, McLaughlin, TF, Educational Games: A TECHNIQUE TO ACCELERATE THE ACQUISITION OF READING SKILLS OF CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES in The International Journal of Special Education 2005, Vol 20 No 2 66-72
Get in touch with me if you want more evidence of the efficacy of games to consolidate skills subsequent to explicit teaching.