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Christmas Mad Libs

I’d have to say our mad libs have got to be some of our most popular content of all! The Halloween mad libs and Thanksgiving mad libs have been especially loved. So here is a new set of Christmas mad libs – and you might also like these mad libs for any time of the year.

Christmas Mad Libs - Christmas Tree!

Christmas Mad Libs - Christmas Tree!

Christmas Mad Libs - More Lights!

Christmas Mad Libs - More Lights!

Christmas Mad Libs - Hidden Present!

Christmas Mad Libs - Hidden Present!

Be sure to check out all of our free Christmas worksheets, too!


10 comments for “Christmas Mad Libs”

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    Posted by Printable Mad Libs for Kids | Classroom Jr. | November 12, 2009, 12:15 pm
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    Posted by bella | December 1, 2009, 7:24 pm
  3. […] season, our mad libs are extremely popular. So to follow up our Christmas mad libs, fall mad libs and Halloween mad libs, here are our new winter mad libs for kids! And be sure to […]

    Posted by Winter Mad Libs | Classroom Jr. | December 2, 2009, 5:43 am
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    Posted by Free Printable Christmas Math Worksheets: Addition and Subtraction | Animal Jr. | December 3, 2009, 1:42 pm
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    Posted by Christmas Worksheets - Word Ladders | Classroom Jr. | December 3, 2009, 3:30 pm
  6. i got the sheets for my daughters friend and my daughters friend love the sheets but my daughter wanted to try out the sheets to.i printed up a couple and my daughter did them and ever since she has been doing them for ever!i am so happy and so is she for getting smarter!

    Posted by tracy | March 25, 2010, 9:40 pm
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  8. […] Laugh with your child! The students wrote Mad Libs. The target is to learn what an adjective or noun is. Using context clues can help you understand an unknown word. Not using context clues (like with Mad Libs) and filling in randomly can make for a funny story. Free Mad Libs […]

    Posted by Dec. 13 | Schneider's Super Stars | December 13, 2010, 5:54 pm
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    Posted by Teaching Two » Christmas Mad Libs | December 15, 2010, 1:48 pm
  10. […] doesn’t like Mad Libs? has a collection of 3 winter Mad Libs, along with 3 Christmas Mad Libs, some winter word puzzles, Christmas math worksheets, and some printable Christmas mazes […]

    Posted by 12 (Days of) Christmas Sites for Kids and Teachers « Ed Tech Ideas | December 15, 2010, 5:35 pm

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