My goal for my blog over the next few weeks is to share out as many resources that will keep education light, fun, and easy on everyone involved. Mad Libs is one of my favorite classroom activities. It’s a goofy review activity that sneaks in parts of speech skill-building too.
Therefore, I’ve created some super fun Stay-at-Home Mad Libs! Before you continue reading, stop and play the Mad Libs 🙂
These will surely be informative and give you a good laugh! Shoutout to the CDC for the content (no spoilers on the info, link is provided with your Mad Libs).
How to set this up for your students:
- Make a copy of the Stay-at-Home Mad Libs Form to use with your students
- Create your Sheet and install the Formule add-on.
- Open Formule (watch this video for Formule help) copy and paste this text into Formule at the “build/preview templates” section.
- Test out your form!
- Send it out to your students using a link shortener, Google Classroom, or other messaging platform.
If you want to customize this activity with your students, here are the complete Mad Libs instructions. For additional Google Forms help, start here.
These Mad Libs can be played asynchronously or synchronously. It’s a perfect lighthearted just-for-fun activity or a good review of part of speech. If your students are already using Flipgrid, have them record themselves reading their Mad Libs to each other!
Let me know how it goes in the comments!
And, if anyone translates this into another language, please send it my way and I’ll link it in the post!
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