Chicka Boom Boom

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“ I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree” said the alphabet letters to one another as they race up the coconut tree. At first, the lower case letters climbed up the coconut tree, but as the letters kept on climbing the coconut tree started to bent. After all the letters were on top, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom! the coconut tree was unable to support all the weight and all the letters ended scattered all over the ground. Later, the mothers, fathers, aunts and uncles ( the upper case letters) help the little ones up the coconut tree. All the lower case letters had some kind of injury for example, letter D had a skinned knee and letter E had a stubbed toe. At sunset the letters X Y and Z are the last ones to come from the coconut tree. Later …show more content…
At this stage, children from ages 2 to 6 are having major changes in their physical, cognitive and social/emotional area. For example, physically their skeletal system is growing tremendously, and their nervous system is working extra hard to keep up with the demands of the energize children. the brain increases it's weight to 90 percent of the total adult weight it will reach. The cerebral cortex plays an important role in the development of children since the number of synapses is nearly double the adult value. The cerebellum helps in balance and control of the body movement;the linkage of the cerebellum and the cerebral cortex strengthens from birth throughout early childhood causing a remarkable gain in motor coordination. Cognitively make believe play is very important in early childhood since it strengthens their mental abilities such as sustained attention, memory, logical reasoning, imagination and many more. Their language is developing at a fast rate since they can fast map words by connecting new words with their underlying concepts after only a brief encounter. Additionally, in early childhood children are starting to be able to talk about their feelings and to respond to others' emotional signals. Children at this stage are getting better at emotional self regulation, especially at coping with negative emotions. Furthermore, children in early childhood more often experience self …show more content…
Children at this stage are now starting to run, hop and skip. They are also getting better at throwing and catching balls, steering tricycles and swinging on monkey bars. In Chicka Chicka Boom Boom the authors illustrate this by writing about the letters racing each other up the coconut tree. “ I'll beat you to the top of the coconut tree” (3) is a common phrase used throughout the book and it relates to how children are improving their motor skills since at this stage kids are more physically active than before. Considering that children at this stage are always racing each other from point a to point b, they are also starting climb and jump. Fine motor skills are also taking a big step forward since children are having a better control over their hands and fingers, making them better at dressing and feeding themselves. They are also getting better at maneuvering coloring utensils since their drawings are becoming more realistic rather than scribbles all over a page. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a fun way to teach children in early childhood the alphabet since the book illustrates short simple sentences that it will make it easy to

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