Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3

Chicka Chicka First published in this counting book companion to the classic Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is back Full color

  • Title: Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3
  • Author: Bill Martin Jr. Michael Sampson Lois Ehlert
  • ISBN: 9781416996118
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Hardcover
  • First published in 1989, this counting book companion to the classic Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is back Full color.

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    • Bonnie Jean says:

      Cute, but not quite as good as the original. The rhyme scheme seems a little more forced, and the plot doesn't quite flow as well (for instance- why in the world does the zero joining up with 10 to become 100 suddenly make all the threatening bees mysteriously go away?)

    • Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) says:

      Sometimes it is best to stop with the original and not try to duplicate it in a different manner. Though it was a fun read, I kept comparing it to Chicka, Chicka Boom Boom and well this is no Chicka, Chicka Boom Boom. It is a fun way to look at numbers but only ok for me.

    • Anna Ryckman says:

      This book followed the very popular Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. that was a story about the alphabet going up to the top of a coconut tree. Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3, is obviously similar, but with numbers. This is a fun book to read with fun rhymes and a great rhythm. It puts a fun, personal, and creative spin on young students learning their numbers, but I still kept comparing it to the original. This book, instead of a coconut tree, the numbers climb up an apple tree and it’s just [...]

    • Christine says:

      Not as good as Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom, but we still enjoy this one.

    • Morgan Ashley says:

      Cameron and I think Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is better, but she still laughed quite a bit.

    • Annette Taylor-james says:

      I enjoyed reading this book to the children especially at circle-time, we review the colors, numbers and discuss any new word or words. The repetition is also good because it helps to re-enforce the concepts. The children love to read this book.

    • Heidi says:

      My little man assigns the number of stars on these. We like the counting to 100 and rather enjoyed the rhythmic feel that the words have. Can be chanted/sung for additional fun!

    • K says:

      I only wish it was as good as Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

    • Amy Rae says:

      Pointless sequel that lacks the charm of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.

    • Jennifer says:

      This was not as good as the original, but had some good rhyming going on.

    • Antionea says:

      This book is a counting books 1-100 its a great learning books for the ages of 5-8. It was very interesting and for the ages 5-8 using a objects to help count was a great idea. The main character was a bumba bee the bee was to knock some apples off the counting tree this allowed the learning counters to figure out the next number that is supposed to be on the tree. This book is allowing this young learners to think on there own learning how to count knowing what number comes next all while havin [...]

    • Erik D says:

      Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3 by Bill Martin Jr. & Michael Sampson. Illustrated by Lois Ehlert (2004)Learning to count from 1 to 100 can sometimes be hard, but with Chicka, Chicak 1, 2, 3, counting is made fun and easy. With a great plot written by Martin & Sampson, we see numbers climbing a colorful tree expertly illustrated by Ehlert with many primary and spectrum colors entreating your readers to colors AND numbers too! As the numbers climb up and up, one number sits on the sidelines wonderin [...]

    • Chelsy Skalada says:

      I have always loved "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom", so I had high hopes for this book. I enjoyed it, I really liked that they kept the " Chicka Chicka tune", I feel like it makes the book alive. The illustrations are interesting because they use shapes, and it looks like they're cut out and come to life. One thing I thought was a little weird, they started counting by 10's, for an older kid that would be okay, but for a little one they might think 20 comes after 10. Bill should have added, "Now lets [...]

    • Kristin Thomas says:

      Summaries: "Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3" is an introductory book about numbers. An excerpt from this book is "1 told 2 and 2 told 3, 'I'll race you to the top of the apple tree'". This book includes a lot of numbers that climb apple trees, making this a fun book for children. Evaluation: I rated this book a five. I love how this book is full of bright colors and fun adventures that grabs young students attention while they are learning. Teaching Idea: "Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3" is a great book for teache [...]

    • Morgan Randall says:

      I really enjoyed this book. I feel that the illustrations help to keep children engaged in the book. This book is definitely a great way to teach children how to count from 1-100. My favorite part of this book was the very last page where all of the numbers were spread across the pages. I feel that bright colors help children to understand what the story is actually displaying.

    • Allison Ternes says:

      This is a great book when teaching young students how to count. The book starts at number 1 and goes to 20. Then it counts by 10's until number 100. Then the book counts back down to number one. The illustrations in this book are very nicely done. This book is easy to read to students or to have your students read it independently.

    • Lara Lamb says:

      While this story is a decent follow up to the every popular Chicka Chicka Boom Boom I found myself subconsciously comparing the story line and scheme to the original. It would still be a book I would read to kindergarteners to talk about numbers.

    • Kimberly Austin says:

      Great book for preschoolers through 1st grade. This book is about numbers that climb the tree and one number does not know where it belongs but by the end of the book finds it home with other numbers.

    • Sydney Martindale says:

      This book is a very basic book for helping children learn their numbers 1-100. This book is a really basic book that is good for young kids who are just learning how to count because it teaches the numbers one to 100 counting both forwards and back.

    • Madeline Volkman says:

      I absolutely love the Chicka Chicka books! Bill Martin Jr. has done an incredible job of incorporating describing words, numbers, and rhyming in this book. Children can really learn from this book, and have fun while doing it.

    • Victoria Nesselroad says:

      This book is just like the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom book but it is using numbers and it is like a song and so that is what I think and what it is pretty much about.I would use this to work with numbers or to learn numbers

    • Carlie Elson says:

      This is a good counting book. It counts all the way up to 20. It also rhymes which makes it more entertaining for the child. This is a good book for education majors to use.

    • Alvana says:

      I liked this one even better than the original alphabet book.

    • Kristen Dutkiewicz says:

      Just as fun as Chicka Boom Boom but with numbers. Absolutely love they the showcase the correct way to write and read numbers.

    • Lee Ann says:

      A great way to teach kids both forwards and backwards. 3/5 stars.

    • Jesse says:

      This lacks everything that madeChicka Chicka Boom Boom so wonderful.

    • Alicia says:

      Chicka Chicka 123 is a picture book about numbers who are racing to the top of and Apple tree, written by Bill Martin Jr. The intended audience for this book is grades preK through 2nd grade. Chicka Chicka 123 was written after Chicka Chicka boom boom, a book about letters racing to the top of a coconut tree, written by the same author. Chicka Chicka 123 is about a group of numbers who seem desperate to make it to the top of the apple tree,and the main character is the number zero who is pretty [...]

    • Ryan Hercik says:

      Title: Chicka Chicka 1-2-3 Author: Bill Martin Jr. and Michael SampsonIllustrator: Lois EhlertGenre: Concept book Theme(s): Numbers, Family, Music, CooperationOpening line/sentence:1 told 2 and 2 told 3, “I’ll race you to the top of the apple tree.”Brief Book Summary: The numbers 1 through 99 have climbed up the apple tree. Several bumblebees come and claim that the tree is theirs’ causing all the numbers to fall from the tree except 10. The number 0 never made it up the tree but joins 1 [...]

    • Kylie Narehood says:

      Title:Chicka Chicka 1, 2,3 Author: Bill Martin Jr. & Michael SampsonIllustrator: Lois Ehlert Genre: Concept Book, Counting Book Theme(s): Numbers, Fruit Shapes Opening line/sentence: 1 told 2 and 2 told 3, “I’ll race you to the top of the apple tree.” Brief Book Summary: This book teaches children how to count numbers 1-20, than it counts by tens teaching children the numbers till 100. This book is helpfully in teaching children their numbers, as it exposes them to many numbers at a yo [...]

    • Goshen PL Childrens says:

      Read for Storytime, March 8thTheme: Math StoriesAnother concept hit from Bill Martin Jr!

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