I was reading about research in neuroscience and literacy and how the emphasis on visual aspects of literacy development may not be the whole story.
Newer research suggests that sound also plays a part and that deficiency in the ability to process sounds may cause issues in literacy development.
This research inspired the development of GraphoGame.
According to the website, “GraphoGame is an evidence-based educational decoding and phonics game for learning and training phonemic awareness, decoding and fluency. All content is researched by academics in the fields of early childhood development, neurolinguistics and neuropsychology”
It’s not free, but it seems interesting. May be worth exploring, particularly if you have young learners who are struggling.
Learn more at their website: https://www.graphogame.com