Mad Scientist Mad Libs features 21 original stories all about mad scientists Topics include science experiments gone wrong, real life mad scientists, Frankenstein, and much much This makes a great Halloween or anytime buy....
|Title||:||Mad Scientist Mad Libs|
|Publisher||:||Mad Libs CLR edition August 7, 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||48 pages|
|File Size||:||676 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Mad Scientist Mad Libs Reviews
I can't wait to try out these Mad Libs on the Word Nerds class I will be teaching for our homeschool co-op in the fall!
Our 9 year old cracks up laughing at these, and so do we. :) Go as absurd as you can with each blank for best results. (Example: for this one, we put "buttsmith" as the occupation.) The most fun you can have while learning the parts of speech.
My kids love Mad Libs and had a really fun time playing with these ones. I like that they get them thinking and that they're often really funny. A good thing for rainy or cold days. They're old school fun, but they're nice.
If you don't know what Mad Libs is, it's a story that has blanks. Each blank has the part of speech that must be written in to complete the story. The twist is that you ask another person for the words based on the part of speech without them knowing the story. When it's read back, it can be dry, silly, or rolling hilarious. It's a great way to help children to recognize parts of speech, agreement, conjugation, and singular vs plural. I copy the pages while blank and have them do one at different times, or I make them give me all nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc at once. It's new every time.
My 4th grade reading students ask for this. They are learning parts of speech in an enjoyable way.
Niece loved it and age appropriate (7).
so much fun for my ESL class!
Granddaughters love these and they are fun for us too!