Chicka Chicka Boom Boom written by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault is one of my favorite books to teach letter recognition in class.
Here is a compilation of activities that I found on the web. I hope that you will find them as useful as I did!
Julie Pieczko’s Kinderhive website is no longer available, but you can still access her ideas using the WayBack Machine. I provided you a link: Mrs. Pieczko’s Chicka Chicka printable activities
Hubbard’s Cupboard has lots of adorable ideas and printables to use! Here is the link: Chicka Chicka Ideas and Printables
Webbing into Literacy has a printable PDF with lots of ideas to accompany the book, it also has very cute colored letters to printout. Click here to see the document: Chicka Chicka Lesson Ideas
Making Learning Fun’s website also has some great ideas to print and use. Click here to go to their website: Chicka Chicka Theme
Virtual Vine has these adorable Chicka Chicka Alphabet Bingo Cards that you can print. Click here to see the PDF document: Chicka ABC Bingo
Sheri Anderson’s website Kindergarten Tree house has some great ideas! Click here to go to her Chicka Chicka Theme Page: Chicka Chicka Theme Ideas
Sheri Anderson also has this adorable idea for a class book, click here to print the page: Chicka In Our Room Classbook Page
Here is another version of the “In Our Room” printable from above: CCBB In Our Room
Kinder Printables has these adorable Chicka Chicka Bulletin Board letters to print out. Click here to go to the link: CCBB Letters. They also made a cute scissor skill worksheet: CCBB Cutting Practice. Here are some letter cards, perfect for pocket charts! CCBB ABCs
A while back on the KinderKorner group, someone posted some Chicka Chicka Boom Boom playdough letter mats. These are really cute and are in color. Click here to open this word document: ccbb-playdough-mats
Here is a picture of how I use Julie Pieczko’s upper and lower case CCBB cards:
I copied the letters onto tan and green cardstock and then laminated them. After I cut out each piece, I placed velcro on each piece to make it easier for students to match the tops of the coconut trees. I store these pieces in a laminated manila envelope with a cover sheet to identify it. This is an easy and fun center activity to complete at the beginning of the school year.
I’ll continue to post information as when I can! Feel free to share ideas and let me know of any other links!