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by Bill Martin Jr., John Archambault, Lois Ehlert
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Adventure is out there...
Adventure is out there... rated it 4 months ago
This is a sweet interactive book about the ABCs. It is a fun way to learn the ABCs and also be involved in reading the book. One teacher has done this book as a program for parents to come watch. That would be very cute! level: L
chrisbrown
chrisbrown rated it 4 months ago
This is a great book for young readers. It would be excellent for introducing or reviewing the alphabet. I like that it has a story line that goes along with colorful pictures. I think it is fun how the lower case letters are children and the upper case letters are older relatives. This book incorpo...
Ms. Cadet's Captivating Children's Collection
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault is an excellent book for young readers. This is an excellent way to introduce or review letters and colors. All the letters of the alphabet are written in order and a variety of colors (both primary and secondary) are on every page. I ...
Kaytee Keefe
Kaytee Keefe rated it 1 year ago
This book is just so fun! The characters consist of letters of the alphabet and numbers. It has repetitive elements and rhyming to make it exciting. In the classroom, this book would be perfect for introducing and learning the alphabet and numbers. Lexile Measure: AD530L
tvines2
tvines2 rated it 1 year ago
This book is a creative way of introducing lower-case letters and upper-case letters through vibrant colors and creative word-play. This book is also a favorite by many students everywhere. Using this book to help students identify letters and differentiating lower and uppercase letters is a great ...
Children's Literature
Children's Literature rated it 1 year ago
Grade Level: Pre-K-K Lexile Level: AD530L Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an adorable book about the lowercase letters of the alphabet, one by one, climbing up a coconut tree together. Once they all get to the top, they all fall down and get boo-boo's! Then the uppercase letters come and help all the low...
GreyJordan23
GreyJordan23 rated it 1 year ago
This is a fun and very entertaining story about lowercase letters being used as children who want to climb up a tree. All of the letters climb up in order, only to fall down and get hurt. The parents (the capital letters) come to help the kids back up and brush them off. That night while the parents...
Taylor K's Book Blog
Taylor K's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
Lexile Level: AD530L Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a story about the alphabet letters climbing a coconut tree. The lower-case letters climb up the tree, but the tree bends and the letters fall down. Then the capital letters relatives help the lower-case letters back up into the tree. Each of the lowe...
McKenna's Book Blog
McKenna's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
This cute book is a classic! It helps teach students the alphabet. The Lexile level is AD 530L. I would use this in a kindergarten classroom. We would read the book aloud and do an activity with the letters in each student's name. We would make palm trees out of construction paper and I would give t...
My Classroom Bookshelf
My Classroom Bookshelf rated it 1 year ago
This story is about lowercase letters climbing up a coconut tree. But when all of the letters get in the tree, they all fall out because there were too many of them in the tree. Then the lowercase letters' patents, capital letters, came and took care of all the little letters. I loved this book when...
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