Noncanon as they are, I'm curious about why you've put the CDi games there. WoG and FoE pretty much beg to be placed in the same place as the comic books; that is, post AoL. Impa roaming around holding the triforce of wisdom on its own seems quite an obvious reference. ZA, of course, needs to go somewhere with a new Link and Zelda not seen in any other game.
I'm not familiar with the comics, but the general theme of the CD-i games, with Link traveling to other lands and Ganon resurrecting spontaneously, seems to fall in line with what we know of the period between ALttP and LA. FoE most likely came first, as Link claims that "it sure is boring around here". Of course, "my boy, this is the peace all true warriors strive for." But he "just wonders what"-AAAAAAGGHH!!! Sorry about that. Anyway, considering that Link was captured and imprisoned by Ganon in WoG, I doubt he'd have been very bored after that, so I placed WoG second. ZA is quite possibly the most bizarre entry in the series. I placed it after WoG because, well, a wand is Zelda's main weapon, and we never really see her returning it in the ending of WoG, so... it seemed like less of a coincidence when I first thought of it. Also, at the end of ALttP, we see the Triforce fly away to an unknown destination. If that destination were, say, Hyrule Castle, then that would be just dandy. As you can see, I'm not being nearly as strict about details with these games due to their non-canonicity, but you have to admit that sets things up for AoL's backstory pretty nicely.
While we've seen Ganon revive without any good reason in the past, I'm finding a post-AoL resurrection (for the CD-i games) unlikely, especially since the resurrection attempt in AoL seemed to hinge on Link biting the big one. What gives you the impression that ZA contains a unique Zelda and Link?
EDIT: I hate to nitpick, but... that doesn't look like a Charmander in your sig.
An immediately post AoL resurrection is certainly very unlikely for the real series, but it's a necessity in the comic books; they're definitely immediately after AoL and they contain Ganon. Well, either that or they're from a slightly alternate retelling where Ganon wasn't totally killed in LoZ. They're basically the exact same setting as the cartoon, except they're after AoL rather than just after LoZ. (Thunderbird and Dark Link are also alive and well in the comics, and servants to Ganon, it seems.) WoG and FoE seem as if they've been made by someone who's only seen the comics and cartoon; the pyramid shaped triforces certainly imply that, anyway.
Zelda's Adventure needs a seperate Zelda and Link, because at the start of the game Link has been captured for many years, whereas Gaspra has only just discovered Zelda, whom he believes can defeat Ganon. Well, we don't get all that much story info... There's no sign of the king, or Impa, or anyone familiar.
I named it whilst it was still an egg.