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Tika Tika Boum Boum! - Bill Martin Jr., Lois Ehlert, John Archambault
Tika Tika Boum Boum!
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ISBN: 9781416941699 (141694169X)
Edition language: English
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Dara Beth's Classroom Library
Dara Beth's Classroom Library rated it
5.0 Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom was published in 1989 by Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault. This book is a easy alphabet picture book for young children. The story begins by letter A telling the letter B and letter B telling the letter C to climb up and meet at the top of the coconut tree. In alphabetical...
Ms. Parrish’s Picks
Ms. Parrish’s Picks rated it
4.5 Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is on a AD530L Lexile reading level (1st grade reading level). This book is a fun way for students to chant the alphabet. Students can create their own coconut tree while placing the letters of the alphabet in the correct order on the coconut tree.
Miss Wood's Library
Miss Wood's Library rated it
5.0 Letters and a Coconut Tree make a great story!
This book is by far one of my favorites! It is a DRA level 20 book. This book is targeted for children in kindergarten and below. This book can be used in the classroom as a resource when teaching students about the alphabet. I highly recommend this book for a younger classroom.
Miss Taylor's Book Picks
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5.0 Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Some silly lowercase letters get into some trouble when all letters from a-z climb up a coconut tree. The book has vibrant illustrations of lowercase and capital letters. Students are encouraged to practice their recognition skills as the book is read. A fun activity for letter recognition is to hav...
Miss Rodgers' Riveting Reads
Miss Rodgers' Riveting Reads rated it
4.5 I’ll beat you to the top of the coconut tree!
Ever since I was in Elementary School, this has been a classic fun book to read in the classroom. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is one of those books that has it’s own little beat as it’s read. As a child, I would beg my mother to read this book to me because she was so good at giving each letter a differ...
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