Monster Mad Libs
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Monster Mad Libs

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The idea is simple. Someone asks for a part of speech: a verb, a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. We've included definitions and examples of the parts of speech in case you've forgotten. Players call out their ideas to fill in the blanks and in the end, you have a story reeling from one silly sentence to another until nothing makes sense. That's what you call a Mad Lib®,...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published February 1st 1974 by Price Stern Sloan
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Robert
I am a fan of Mad Libs. From my youth until now, I have found them to be fun. But even more than fun, Mad Libs are a good way of teaching children about parts of speech. What seems to be a mundane activity becomes fun using Mad Libs.
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