Choo Choo Clickety-Clack! (2020)

Choo Choo Clickety Clack Boats trains cars planes bikes buses and balloons soar and race taking people to faraway places Bounce zoom and rattle along in this bright playful book jam packed with vehicles of all shape
  • Title: Choo Choo Clickety-Clack!
  • Author: MargaretMayo Alex Ayliffe
  • ISBN: 9781575058191
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Boats, trains, cars, planes, bikes, buses, and balloons soar and race, taking people to faraway places Bounce, zoom, and rattle along in this bright, playful book jam packed with vehicles of all shapes and sizes.
    Choo Choo Clickety Clack Mayo, Margaret, Ayliffe, Alex Jan , Choo Choo Clickety Clack Mayo, Margaret, Ayliffe, Alex on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Choo Choo Clickety Clack Choo Choo Clickety Clack by Margaret Mayo Jan , Choo Choo CLickety Clack is a children s book focusing on the concept of transportation The various modes of transportation listed in the book range from cars to hot air balloons The text is written in such a way that the words are slanted, creating a sense of gasoline exhaust This book was fairly entertaining I feel children would enjoy it. Choo Choo Clickety Clack by Margaret Mayo Short Story Sep , It s all go in this action packed picturebook Discover a different vehicle on each page, from trains and buses, to racingcars, bikes, and even a hot a Children s Book Review Choo Choo Clickety Clack by After interactively exploring ambulances, police cars and in Emergency , Margaret Mayo and artist Alex Ayliffe take on trains, planes, boats and other modes of transport for the
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    One Reply to “Choo Choo Clickety-Clack!”

    1. My son really likes this book but I don t think it s as good as the Dig Dig Digging by the same author The pattern is the same but the rhyming doesn t flow as well The anaphora is effective and the onomatopoeia appealing to little ears so still a really good book for toddlers.

    2. This is a fun book to read, elementary aged kids would like this book I m sure Definitely a must try in the classroom.

    3. This book will be enjoyable for an child who is interested in things that go which is quite a few really We go through several types of vehicles, such as trains, cars, and even hot air balloons It s a good way to get kids thinking about all of the different things that move and it opens up a lot of questions and stories Just ask kids if they ve been on some of these things as you go along, and the storytime will really push forward

    4. In the early grades students will begin to learn about transportation As a book talk about the different types of transportation that is listed in the book Once the book is done, make a 3 column list that are lableled air, water, land Have students sort the transportations accordingly To engage the students even , you can begin by singing songs that are based on transportation, like wheels on the bus, row your boat, ect.Grades PreK K

    5. Choo Choo CLickety Clack is a children s book focusing on the concept of transportation The various modes of transportation listed in the book range from cars to hot air balloons The text is written in such a way that the words are slanted, creating a sense of gasoline exhaust This book was fairly entertaining I feel children would enjoy it It would be a great resource to start a transporation theme or a theme of how the world is interconnected.

    6. Free verse poetry and nicely done, colorful collage style art depicting a different vehicle on each page that s right, not JUST trains, people And every vehicle is deeply, deeply beloved by my daughter She cannot get enough of this book Buses, trains, bikes, motorcycles, sailboats, hot air balloons, CAN YOU BELIEVE IT VEHICLES ON EVERY PAGE BUS BUS BUS

    7. This book was so repetitive it got boring It was informational in the fact that it told what each form of transportation does The pictures was very simple I feel like older kids would be bored, but the younger kids would like to tell you what they think each form of transportation does I do not recommend this book.

    8. It seems like there are many 2 and 3 star reviews of this book written by people who have not read it to toddlers and pre schoolers My kids love this book I can t count how many times I have read it Just like any book it might not resonate with every kid but we have recommended this one and Dig Dig Digging to many who have told me their little ones like them too.

    9. God, the syntax of this book is weird Takes a bit of getting used to The pictures are lovely and bright, but our kid 20 months gets lost at cable cars and hot air balloons cause he doesn t know what they are on those pages he just points out the cows or whatever He s going through a car and truck phase so we ll see how this book outlasts that.

    10. This is a great book for young children with colorful pictures On each page they have a picture of some type of transportation and the sound it makes Children would love to help make the noises of the pictures.

    11. While I m throwing books out there, I might as well add this since I spend most of my time reading it Seriously, I have this book momorized I ve read this so many times, I could have read thousands of pages of real books ha ha

    12. I think this book would be great for little boys but I am afraid that little girls would get bored with it It is all about bikes and planes and cars and trains I feel that it is a good read aloud book though because it is predictable and the students could possibly respond to.

    13. I think this book would be good for a k 2 setting It plays with words in a way that can get children interested on the book The books describes different forms of transportation and does a great job of giving descriptive words to go along with the actions.

    14. Would be a good book to read to younger students to demonstrate adjectives and what they are used for Also very colorful illustrations would be good to maintain the attention of younger students.

    15. An easy read book about the sounds different types of transportation uses This book is appropriate for preschoolers and kindergarteners It can be used to show the different types of transportation.

    16. I read this aloud to 1st graders They gave it a thumbs up I think that it is above average for a picture book about transportation and words related to movement.

    17. 3 art2 textNot quite as good as Dig Dig Digging The text was hard to read aloud without tripping over it And Squirt prefers the diggers at the moment.

    18. This is a great book that would be perfect for teaching different colors, and even different types of transportation I think a teacher could tie in a math lesson with this book as well.

    19. Rhyming text with large, bright illustrations Some vehicle sounds were easier to imitate than others.

    20. This was about objects that move throughout the day I would use this in a classroom to explain objects that move.

    21. Awesome book for a transportation themed storytime There are some vessels that don t typically make it into these type of books which I think PreSchoolers will really appreciate.

    22. This was a cute book for younger children with different ways of transportation and all the different sounds they make as they move and where they go and take people Good book for younger children.

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