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Who has a child, he knows what it is to put the baby to sleep! The child does not want to lie alone in the crib. He asks for something to drink, something to eat, something to read, then … but the mother has a business. And home, and personal, and working… and if the mother “too long” does not come, the baby begins to use his childhood imagination.

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Llama, Llama red pajama

Reads a story with his mama

Mama kisses baby’s hair

Mama Llama goes downstairs


Llama, Llama red pajama

Feels alone without his mama

Baby Llama wants a drink.

Mama’s at the kitchen sink


Llama, Llama red pajama

Calls down to his Llama mama

Mama says she’ll be up soon

Baby Llama hums a tune


Llama, Llama red pajama

Waiting waiting for his mama

Mama isn’t coming yet

Baby Llama starts to fret


Llama, Llama red pajama

Whimpers soflty for his mama

Mama Llama hears the phone

Baby Llama stars to moan


Llama, Llama red pajama

Listens quiet for his mama

What is mama Llama doing?

Baby Llama starts boo hoo-ing


Llama, Llama red pajama

Hollers loudly for his mama

Baby Llama stomp and pouts.

Baby Llama jumps and shouts.


Llama, Llama red pajama

In the dark without his mama

Eyes wide open covers drawn

What if mama Llamas gone


Llama, Llama red pajama

Weeping wailing for his mama

Will his mama ever come

Mama run run run


Baby Llama what a tizzy

Sometimes mom is very busy

Please stop all this llama drama

And be patient for your mama


Little Llama don’t you know

Mama Llama loves you saw

Mama Llama’s always near,

Even if she’s not right here.


Llama, Llama red pajama

Gets two  kisses from his mama

Snuggles pillow-soft and deep

Baby Llama goes to sleep.


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Learn this llama llama red pajama text with older children. It will be a very good training for their memory.


  • Play rhyming Simon. Educators will get out two words,  if the words rhyme understudies make a stride forward, on the off chance that they don’t understudies stop.
  • As you read the story have the understudies contact there head if they hear a rhyming word
  • Come up with signals for “fret”, “shout,” “snuggle”,
  • Compare human children and llama babies by the way they stand out enough to be noticed
  • On the spread, llama’s eyes are enormous what’s more, wide. For what reason is that?
  • Play rhyming bingo with llama, mother dramatization and other words from the story that rhyme.
  • Discuss a period you needed your mother to come. Draw a picture to indicate how you felt.
  • Have 2 understudies imagine they are the mother and the llama. Make up another completion.
  • Make llama manikins to showcase the story.

red pajamma lacing activity

Llama patterns– Math

  • Examples help kids see the request for things also, how things tail in a steady progression.
  • In the story, Llama has a lovely interwoven unique blanket. Take a gander at the blanket and talk about the examples that pursue and how they come in a steady progression.
  • Next have the kids make their own example quilt by utilizing diverse shading squares. Cut squares out of cardstock, magazines, development paper or reuse paper, give every kid a set , enable them to stick the squares together to make a blanket. Show the completed task as a class quilt.


Llama Sorting–Math Center

  • Take pictures of creatures from magazines and sort the creatures with hiding and those without. Next sort pictures of llamas and camels
  • Sort creatures by size and class. Have pictures of llamas, jackasses, bovines, goats, camels, and ponies of different sizes.

Llama Feelorama (SEL)

  •  We have various emotions when we are in another spot. Llama has a lot of sentiments in the story with regards to something new. A ton of his sentiments is forlornness, outrage, trouble, and stress. Talk about with the kids times when you had these emotions and when.
  • Llama sings to himself so as to feel better when he is forlorn. Having the option to sooth yourself is a major advance in figuring out how to be autonomous and relate better to emotions. Talk about with understudies ways they can soothe themselves in the homeroom or at home.
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