Something Bigger for This Pumpkin

Do you think all of the letters will be able to fit up in the top of the tree? Just ask these kindergartners about their favorite story, “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.”
Do you think all of the letters will be able to fit up in the top of the tree? Just ask these kindergartners about their favorite story, “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.”
The book has brilliant colors that fill each polka-dot bordered page as the alphabet begins its adventurous journey to the top of a coconut tree.
The book has brilliant colors that fill each polka-dot bordered page as the alphabet begins its adventurous journey to the top of a coconut tree.
The students did a great job identifying the letters and letter sounds before gluing them in just the right spot.
The students did a great job identifying the letters and letter sounds before gluing them in just the right spot.
The letters may have fallen out of the coconut tree in the book, but they look pretty secure here, thanks to our Oakwood kindergartners.
The letters may have fallen out of the coconut tree in the book, but they look pretty secure here, thanks to our Oakwood kindergartners.

In Mrs. Seidl and Mrs. Galano’s Oakwood Kindergarten class students decorated a pumpkin about their favorite story “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.”  All 26 characters came to life in this story about the alphabet and found their way onto the kindergartners’ pumpkin. The students did a great job identifying the letters and letter sounds before gluing them in just the right spot.  The decorated pumpkin is sure to bring smiles when it visits Gellerman Orthodontics and then on to the Huntington Hospital Pediatric Wing.