70s Mad Libs
Put on your bell-bottom ARTICLE OF CLOTHING and get down to some groovy NOUN music! It’s time to VERB back to the 70s, Mad Libs-style!
If you thought the 1970s were “far out,” you’ll love these 21 fill-in-the-blank stories about the decade that brought us Charlie’s Angels, John Travolta, and a whole lot of disco fever!
Q: What helps you learn your parts of speech while providing good, clean fun?
A: MAD LIBS! Mad Libs are books of stories with missing words. The reader asks a player for a part of speech (noun, adverb, etc.) to fill in each blank. The resulting story ranges from unusual to hysterical. Use them at parties, doctors' offices, during travel, or just enjoy them at home. Chances are that your kids won't even know they're learning, they'll be having so much fun!
These materials focus on grammar practice and offer little to no grammar instruction.