The memorable characters and plots from Annabelle Sami and Allen Fatimaharan’s Llama Out Loud and Llama On a Mission will inspire children to write their own adventures, and think about how they can become confident communicators.
Through reading Llama Out Loud and Llama On a Mission and working on the activities in this pack, children will:
- Develop an understanding of a text, following ideas and concepts across a story
- Consider how authentic, three-dimensional characters can be brought to life in writing through different authorial techniques
- Use role-play to explore character traits ahead of writing
- Write their own extended narrative, drawing on themes and ideas from their reading
- Create their own graphic novel style story, combining images and words for effect
- Reflect on their strengths and areas for development as effective communicators, considering how they can share their own thoughts and wishes with confidence
- Enjoy reading two funny and heart-warming stories
About Llama Out Loud
Yasmin tries everything she can to escape Levi, but she can’t help being dragged along on his crazy antics – and every day brings a new surprise, whether that’s an erupting bin, a flying tuna fish, or a hat made from knickers. Life is never boring with Levi around – and could it be that he has a secret plan to help Yasmin find her voice?
The first book in this hilarious series.
About Llama On a Mission
With the help of her loud guardian llama Levi, Yasmin has finally found her voice, but her mission has only just begun. She is determined to use her new-found confidence to help her friends, starting with turning Levi back into his true guardian llama form and getting him back into Seen Not Herd – the secret society of guardian llamas. What better way to prove this than by helping Yasmin’s new friend Ezra tackle the biggest challenge of all – the struggles of school life!
But it won’t be easy with Levi constantly wrecking havoc and getting Yasmin into trouble…