“Boom Chicka Boom!”

A1 Elementary English

This aim of this lesson is to tune learners’ ears to rhyming pairs and practice pronunciation and rhythm. By learning the chant, children can build their vocabulary and get early speaking practice in a fun and meaningful context. Chants like this are also beneficial in building motivation and confidence in speaking, making mistakes and being silly!

“I said a boom chicka boom!” (repeat)
“I said a boom chicka boom!” (repeat)
“I said a boom chicka rocka chicka rocka chicka boom!”
“Uh huh” (repeat)
“Oh yeah” (repeat)
“One more time” (repeat)

Like an astronaut!
“I said a zoom chicka zoom!” (repeat)…
“I said a zoom chicka rocka chicka rocka chicka zoom!”

Like a flower!
“I said a bloom chicka bloom!” (repeat)…
“I said a bloom chicka rocka chicka rocka chicka bloom!”

Like a witch!
“I said a broom chicka broom!” (repeat)…
“I said a broom chicka rocka chicka rocka chicka broom!”

“No more time!”
“We’re done!”

For more practice!
Here’s another video with even more ways to practice rhyming pairs with “Boom Chicka Boom”! Have fun!

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