by Bill Martin, Jr. for it’s rhyme, rhyme, and fun story. It’s so catchy and I’ve caught the kids singing the words to the story aloud many times.
This was such a fun activity for all of us!
Chicka Chicka Book Boom Letter Activity
Baby Girl LOVED this activity. I threw a bunch of foam letters
from our foam puzzle and she started going through them. This is a great way to work on letter identification, visual scanning, and crossing midline with little ones.
We read the book and looked for the letters in alphabetical order as they went up the coconut tree.
Of course we had to make our tree fall down after all of the letters were in the tree, just like in the book. And hilarity ensued. This is one activity that we will be doing again and again! the palm tree has taken residence in our basement and we have been sticking all kinds of fun things to it. I mean, maybe the next installment of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom could include feathers 😉
Be sure to stop by and see what the other fabulous bloggers in the Preschool Book Club series did to go along with Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.
Mama. Papa. Bubba. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Sensory Bin
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