Mad libs are a fun activity for the whole family to do together, and they have the bonus of reinforcing the grammar skills that your kids are learning in school. Maybe they are a good refresher for the adults too. Can you say you really remember the difference between an adverb and an adjective? My monster mad libs printable will have you working on the parts of speech while having fun doing it!
FREE MONSTER MAD LIBS PRINTABLE
SAVING THE PRINTABLE
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HOW TO USE THE MAD LIB PRINTABLES
Usually, mad libs are a group activity, but they can be done by one person if the word sheet is separate from the story. When you download and print my mad lib, you will get two pieces of paper: one for the story and one for the answers. Simply fill out the answer sheet with the words of your choice. Then fill in the blanks of the story with your silly answers! If you want to do the story over again, just print the answer sheet out again.
To help you out, here’s a quick grammar refresher course:
- noun = a person, place, or thing
- verb = a word that describes action, state, or occurrence (an -ed verb is a verb that ends in -ed)
- adjective = a word that describes a noun
- adverb = a word that describes a verb
- interjection = a abrupt remark, something that you might shout
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