ENL at Lenape

with Ms. Chapman

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Ms. Chapman's office hours: 11:30-12:30, Monday through Friday.


Resources for English Learners

While your children are not at school it is important that they continue to practice their English. Here are some ideas and resources that can help -- and keep it fun!

It is also important to work on literacy skills in your home language. It’s always a great idea to read to your children or have them read to you!


  • Write the alphabet down the left side of a piece of paper. See if your child can think of a word for each letter of the alphabet.

  • Play guessing games such as “I Spy,” “I’m Thinking of Something that Starts with the Letter ___,” and “Twenty Questions.”

  • Have your child read to you (or vice versa) before they go to bed at night. If they find a book they like, have them read the same one again for extra fluency practice.

  • Create stories one line at a time, alternating between players.

  • Draw cartoons and practice English by using speech bubbles.

  • Play Categories: each player writes five categories across the top of a piece of paper and five letters of the alphabet down the side. Set a timer for five minutes and try to think of words in each category that begin with the letters you chose.

Online Resources

content adapted from Dedham Public Schools