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This goes along with my " a camping we will go" activity pack located in my store. :) The kids LOVE writing and sharing these. Check out my camping activities pack here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/end-of-the-year-camping-activities-2549108
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K - 2nd
Letter to a Future Student Mad Libs: An End of the Year ActivityPut a twist on the regular “letter to a future student” activity that everyone does at the end of the school year! Students first fill out the parts of speech table with silly choices! Then, they transfer their answers to the letter! St
This is Mad Libs {Meet the Teacher} activity is a sample from my {Back to School} With Your Favorite Books Packet. (See full description of the unit below and click HERE to grab your copy!) ______________ What better way to spend the very first school days of the year than with your favorite books
This fun Mad Lib style activity is a great way for buddies to practice those tricky irregular plural nouns!Designed for my 3rd Graders, "Buddy Up!" also provides practice for 2nd Graders and review for 4th Graders.This packet includes two versions of the same game. The first version has the irregul
A Mad Libs type worksheet that describes the students' school year. Students can fill in the blanks with whatever words fit to create a silly (or non-silly) story to remember their year!
Grades:
1st - 6th
Your students will have a _________ time filling out this Mad Lib! These are a fun way to review their basic parts of speech. Fonts by Kimberly Geswein & Amy Grosbeck
Use this fun Thanksgiving Mad Libs for your students to express their creativity and show understanding of the basic parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives)! Leaf border came from Fun Classroom Creations.: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fall-Frames-and-Borders-Pack-315314 PLEASE L
A simple Mad Lib style activity about an ugly holiday sweater! Just print, fill in the blanks, and thats it! This goes well with my Ugly Sweater Speech! You are sure to also love these no-prep products: Snowball Splat! Ugly Sweater Speech & Language Craft Cold or Kind Social Behavior Sort
Need a fun way for students to keep their minds working during their vacation from school? With my Christmas Mad Libs worksheet, students will practice their nouns, verbs, and adjectives in a fun and engaging way! Students probably won't even realize they're practicing their parts of speech because
Help students understand the meaning of earning money, saving money, or spending money! Students will be engaged to create word problems about financial literacy topics. 3 mad lib outlines included (earning, spending, saving). Use this resource with a clear sleeve or dry erase pocket to use over and
This cute little Halloween-themed Mad Lib is a great refresher activity. For the lower grades it could be a very short lesson, or for the lower level high school classes, it could be a quick warm up. This Mad Lib has students use Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives. Please leave attribution at the botto
This is a one page, Thanksgiving-themed Mad Lib using nouns, verbs, and adjectives.
Grades:
5th - 10th
This activity sheet is a fun practice tool to make sure the students completely understand nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Please leave attribution at the bottom of the page.
Grades:
7th - 12th
3 fun winter/Christmas themed Mad Libs! Focuses on nouns, adjectives, and verbs. A fun activity for the classroom!
This file contains two mad libs suitable for late first year/second year language students; each one in Spanish and in English. The class should fill them out simultaneously using the Round Robin structure: one student fills in the first line, who passes it to the next student to fill in the next li
Grades:
7th - 10th
Mad Libs Activity Sheets This set includes 26 Mad Libs Activity Sheets. Each Mad Libs Activity Sheet comes with an answer sheet. Themes School Theme – Art Class, Lunch Room, Recess Fall – Apples, Pumpkin Picking, Scarecrow Halloween – Spooky, Treats, Trick Thanksgiving – The Family Trip, Turkey Di
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Not Grade Specific
Students make Halloween sentences more interesting by adding adjectives in the blank spaces in the sentence. Designed for second grade as a review. Could be used in third grade as a quick review activity as well. For more materials and ideas, check out my blog at http://savvyinsecond.blogspot.com/
Grades:
2nd - 3rd
I found a version of this on the web, no author cited (besides Clement Clarke Moore), I adapted it to a one page fill-in version (the writing is not my own) that I thought many would find fun for their students .
Have your new students practice their basic parts of speech with a Back to School Mad Libs activity! Appropriate for 2nd-5th grade, students can work alone or with a partner to show their knowledge of nouns, verbs and adjectives in a fun and silly Mad Libs story. Great for 2nd-5th grades; My 4th
This is a great, fun way to practice adjectives. This is like a mad lib, but all of the blanks are for adjectives only
Grades:
1st - 5th
This spin on Mad Libs is a fun way to practice using the thesaurus. Instead of writing a word from a certain part of speech, you will use the thesaurus to find a synonym for the word listed. (i.e. I want to BUILD a snowman) Student will use thesaurus to find synonym for build.
This mad lib gives students the opportunity to create a new--usually, sillier--version of the classic poem, The Night Before Christmas. My fifth graders had a ball trying to out-do each other (and still rhyme). We ended up illustrating these and displaying them in the hall. Especially great if your
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K - 7th
Use this printable story like a mad libs activity! Fill in places, names, songs, and soon enough you will have a cut and fold story about your silly parrot! A great addition to your International Talk Like A Pirate Activities! Visit www.practicallyspeeching.com for more!
Introducing "Locas Libs" by Tias Locas, two crazy aunts who love to teach. Kids get truly fun practice with parts of speech and writing! Our first Locas Libs is entitled "From a Secret Admirer" and involves a person struck by love at a school carnival. Completing this activity requires naming and/or

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