Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
A told B, and B told C "I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree." Countless children -- and their parents -- can joyfully recite the familiar words of this beloved alphabet chant. The perfect pairing of Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault's lively rhymes, and Caldecott Honor artist Lois... show more
A told B, and B told C "I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree." Countless children -- and their parents -- can joyfully recite the familiar words of this beloved alphabet chant. The perfect pairing of Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault's lively rhymes, and Caldecott Honor artist Lois Ehlert's bright, bold, cheerful pictures made Chicka Chicka Boom Boom an instant hit and a perennial favorite. This full-sized, quality paperback edition will bring even more fans to this endearing, enduring classic. Chicka chicka boom boom! Will there be enough room? There will always be room for Chicka Chicka Boom Boom on every child's bookshelf!
Publish date: March 22nd 2011
Publisher: Beach Lane Books
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
This book focuses on teaching children about the alphabet. They do this by having lower case and upper case letters helping each other out. The leveling system is The Lexile, reading level AD530L. Students will be assigned a letter and they have to come up with as many words as they can in a certain...
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. is a book about the letters in the alphabet racing each other up the coconut tree. This is a great novel for preschoolers and kindergarten. Guided Reading Level: L Classroom Activities: One of my favorite activities to use alongside Chicka Chicka Boom ...
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, is another children's book classic. It is a rhythmic and rhyming tale that features the 26 letters of the alphabet. I would use this book for younger grades when learning about the alphabet. I think that every teacher should have this book in their classroom as it can be in...
I loved this book way back in kindergarten and still love it today! I would like to have the students in groups and have a basket of letters and a tree. As we read through the story, the students can find the letters and can lay them in the top of the tree. When they all fall they can use their arm ...
All of the letters are climbing up to the top of the coconut tree, but it starts to get extremely heavy! The whole alphabet made it up, but the tree starts to lean. Oh no, what will happen next? Lexile Measure: AD530L I would use this book along with with an activity where the students would put ...