Mad Libs written by children for children. The first one is a story about Shadow playing in the Paws and Claws Village. More Mad-Libs coming with Shadow and friends.
Fill in the appropriate word types, nouns, adjectives to describe nouns, verbs and adverbs to help further describe the verb. Then click on the finish button to see your creation. Have fun! Warning: Stories can get very silly!
In case you have forgotten what adjectives, adverbs, verbs and nouns are, we have recapped them here:
An ADJECTIVE describes something or somebody. E.g., empty, slimy, messy, soft, ugly, blue, and long are adjectives.
An ADVERB tells how something is done. It modifies a verb and usually engs in “ly”. Carefully, modestly, smelly, stupidly, and greedily are adverbs.
A NOUN is the name of a person, place or thing. Backyard, sidewalk, chair, umbrella, printer, bathtub and nose are examples of nouns.
A VERB is an action word. Run, pitch, jump, sit, and swim are verbs. Put the verbs in past tense if the directions say “past tense”. Ran, pitched, jumped, sat, and swam are verbs in the past tense.