This week, we decided to have some fun with the popular alphabet themed book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.
I made a special snack for the kids to eat while I read the book to them the first time.
Green apple slices for the leaves, cherries for the coconuts (courtesy of my in-laws returning from visiting B.C.), graham wafers (I used gf graham wafers for Einstein), Alphabits cereal for the alphabet climbing the tree, and some actual coconut on the side.
I made a tree trunk on the magnetic white board and the kids made leaves for it and then had fun playing out the story using magnetic letters.
Then throughout the week, the kids completed worksheets. Some were just for fun such as coloring sheets and others were educational. There were ones that the kids had to cut out and match lower case letters onto their upper case counterparts on the tree and even one that was math related in teaching graphing using the question “do you like coconut?”.
Here are the links for where I got some of the sheets: