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  • Rachel Arambula

    bulletin board ideas for back to school | Chicka Chicka Boom Boom – Welcome to Your New Room!

  • Brianna Storts

    Chicka Chicka Boom Boom #bulletinboard idea.

  • Stephanie Turner

    Decorate board with a palm tree and put each child's name in a coconut on tree. Use letters of the alphabet as a border. (Of course read the book and plan a couple themed activities!) OR...Copy this sample by Kindergarten teacher Stephanie Gubbini, of the former blogsite, Aloha Kindergarten...'Chicka, Chicka, Boom Boom~ Welcome to Your New Room!'

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