We usually each complete one on Friday and then discuss and have a big chuckle during lunch time. It has helped all my children recognize the parts of speech in a creative form.
If you haven’t started using Mad Libs in your home, you are missing out. I loved them as a kid, and my children have followed in my footsteps.
Here are several places where you can print them for FREE:
- Wacky Web Tales – 3rd grade and up
- Teaching Resources – many with different themes
- Over 200+ Pages of Mad Libs
- Family Education - 6 different ones
- ESL Printables - several FUN ones
- Mad Libs Jr
- It’s a Mad Libs World - you can do them online or print them
- Madglibs – 188 stories and you can create your own.
- FREE Mad Lib app – what a great idea
- Make your own story on-line
- Create your own mad lib generator – cool
And here is a post describing how to make your own Mad Libs with a twist.
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Can you think of a more FUN way to instill grammar practice with your kiddos?