Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault
Illustrated by Lois Ehlert
This story reads like a great poem... or maybe even a rap song. It's one of those titles that's quite simply fun to read. Add to that the eye-popping colors of the illustrations and the educational value behind the story's content and you've got a real winner.
Once your child starts preschool, this story will be one of the first titles their teacher will share. Why not go ahead and provide some early exposure in the form of fun for the two of you.
Who knows? Your child may learn to recognize the alphabet and become familiar with rhyme scheme before crossing the threshold of preschool.
Read the book to your child two to three times (if not more) over the course of a week. It's okay to read the book multiple times a day... we actually encourage it! Try to keep the days as close to one another as possible to ensure the most successful outcome.
It’s not just about reading the selected book numerous times. You should try to follow-up each reading with one of the activities provided on this page and/or the additional resources files.
It’s just that simple!
Ask these questions as you read or after each reading. Some of the questions are open-ended which can lead to valuable discussions. Take the time to listen and respect your child’s point of view.
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"Children are made readers on the laps of their parents." — Emilie Buchwald