Volume 21

April 26, 2021

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As we finish learning the letters of the Alphabet, this book / activity will be so much fun to introduce coconut tree as well as to review the letters, letter sounds, and we will include numbers too.

Toddler’s Corner               


Because your child is moving around more, he will come across more dangers as well. Dangerous situations can happen quickly, so keep a close eye on your child. Help keep your growing toddler safe:

  • Do NOT leave your toddler near or around water (for example, bathtubs, pools, ponds, lakes, whirlpools, or the ocean) without someone watching her.
  • Fence off backyard pools. Drowning is the leading cause of injury and death among this age group.
  • Block off stairs with a small gate or fence. Lock doors to dangerous places such as the garage or basement.
  • Ensure that your home is toddler proof by placing plug covers on all unused electrical outlets.
  • Keep kitchen appliances, irons, and heaters out of reach of your toddler. Turn pot handles toward the back of the stove.
  • Keep sharp objects such as scissors, knives, and pens in a safe place.
  • Lock up medicines, household cleaners, and poisons.
  • Do NOT leave your toddler alone in any vehicle (that means a car, truck, or van) even for a few moments.
  • Store any guns in a safe place out of his reach.
  • Keep your child’s car seat rear facing as long as possible? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration pdf icon[1.15 MB / 1 page]external icon  it’s the best way to keep her safe. Your child should remain in a rear-facing car seat until she reaches the top height or weight limit allowed by the car seat’s manufacturer. Once your child outgrows the rear-facing car seat, she is ready to travel in a forward-facing car seat with a harness.

Language / Literacy

60 minutes

What letter Is It? | Random Order | Jack Hartmann






Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

By: Bill Martin Jr

John Archambault


Illustrator: Lois Ehlert


Will there be enough room for the whole alphabet at the top of the coconut Tree?

Letter Review


Materials: Dice and foam alphabet letters



Using a dice and your supplied foam letters, make a graph and a circle in your paper and play the letter review game.


  1. Toss a dice and match the rolled color to the letters.
  2. Ask your child what letter / letters and if it is uppercase or lowercase.
  3. If your child identify the uppercase and lowercase letter / letters mark ✔ and if not mark X.
  4. At the end of the game, identify letters that your child missed and review.
  5. For Kindergarteners, ask the sound of the letter / letters as they identify and write the letter on a paper.



Art / Writing

Make Straight and Curved Lines | Jack Hartmann


Writing Uppercase and lowercase Letters

On a paper, encourage your child to draw a coconut tree and write uppercase letters around it.


Do the same on a separate paper and write a lowercase letters around the coconut tree.


Kindergarteners Kids: Let your kids write uppercase and lowercase letters without a guide and produce the sounds of each letters.


Preschooler Kids: Let your child copy the uppercase and lowercase letters to practice writing.









Alphabet stickers, toilet or paper towel rolls, green paper cut into leaves, scissor, marker.




Draw a curve and zigzag line on a green colored paper to create a coconut leaves.

Let your child cut the leaves.

Make a little slit on the rolls and insert the leaves.

Decorate the coconut tree with letters or write the letters using a marker.


Note: Make 2 trees, one for the uppercase letters and the other one is for the lowercase letters.


Math / Science

60 minutes

Count to 100 | Jack Hartmann


Chicka Chicka Boom Boom 1 2 3

Materials: colored or plain white paper, crayons, marker or pencil


  1. Trace your child’s hand left and right (4pieces).
  2. Let your child cut the hand following the line.


Kindergarten:  Encourage your child to write numerals/numbers 1 – 20 without guide of each fingers on the hand cutout.


Preschool: Encourage your child to write numerals/numbers 1-20 with guide on each fingers of the hand cutouts.




Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and play Dough Too!

Trace the coconut leaves using curve and zigzag lines.

Using a scissors let your child cut the coconut leaves.

Using Glue create a coconut tree.

Use the blue number card and playdough to match the quantity of coconut to the numeral/number.





A tree of the palm family (Cocos Nucifera). Coconuts probably originated somewhere in Indo-Malaya and are one of the most important crops of the tropics. Coconut flesh is high in fat and can be dried or eaten fresh. The coconut water can drink as beverages.


Top 10 coconut producers in the world:


Indonesia, Philippines, and India are the top three producers followed by Sri Lanka, Brazil, Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, and Malaysia.


Amazing Uses of Coconut: The Plant of Life or Tree of Life


It called a “Plant of Life or Tree of Life” because all the parts of the entire tree—from top to bottom used to sustain life.


Five Senses | English Singsing

Problem Solving

60 minutes

Problem Solving Song | Lisa Hermsmeier

Can you build an alphabet Tree? How many letters does it hold?

Objective: Build a three-dimensional Chicka Chicka Boom Boom alphabet tree that can hold the most alphabet letters.


Materials: Alphabet Letters, Craft Sticks, Blocks


Ask your child how he/she can build a tree that can hold different alphabet letters using these materials.


Discuss to your child how he/she can improve the tree. Allow to redesign the tree to try to hold more letters.




Social Emotional

60 minutes

Emotions (Feelings) Song | ChuChu TV Nursery

Chicka Chicka Feelings Boom Boom!

Create a coconut tree and a green young coconut.

Talk about different emotions/feelings to the kids.

Ask your child what makes them ________.


Talk to your child that this emotions guide them to act in different ways.


Happy – motivate to join, take part, and share.

Scared – motivate to get away

Sad – motivate to withdraw, being alone

Angry – motivate to attack, lash out, and stand up for ourselves

Tired – motivate to be lazy, and slow

Excited – motivate us to be inspired, looking forward to

Surprised – motivate good feeling, excitement, and us to discover

Movement / Play

60 minutes

5 minutes  full body stretch| DJ Rphi


Boom Chicka Boom | Jack Hartmann


Russian Dance Basketball Routine


Colorful Fun Under The Sun! Tulip Festival Trip

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Alphabet Bowling

Using a cardboard create an alphabet stand. Use your child’s ball to play like bowling. Let the kids identify the letters that they hit and give a rules that the first to have 10 hit and identify letters correctly will be the winner.


This game is good to introduce sportsmanship!