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Fall Mad Libs for Kids

I just redid our fall activities page on Woo! Jr. yesterday, and I was really excited to see all of the cool things the network has all in one place. I realized I needed to get more mad libs up, though, and more worksheets! We’re back in school, and these are incredibly popular.

Some of my favorite fall posts so far this year are my applesauce recipes, pumpkin decorating ideas, and these fall animal coloring pages. Owls and squirrels are some of my favorite animals – they may be common but they are so darned cute!

Fall Mad Libs - Apples

Fall Mad Libs - Apples

Fall Mad Libs - Pumpkins

Fall Mad Libs - Pumpkins

Fall Mad Libs - Scarecrow

Fall Mad Libs - Scarecrow

Check out all of our mad libs, including our Halloween mad libs, too!

Discussion

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  1. Thank you for such a wonderful site! I am the room mom for my daughter’s 1st grade class. I was in dire need of a “clean and easy” Halloween Scavenger Hunt for the kids to do after their costume parade. That is exactly what your site provided and tons more! I even found “clean” madlibs for my 4th grade daughter’s class. I will be visiting this site more often and am thrilled to help teach my children through fun, educational games and ideas.

    Posted by Michele Matheson | October 29, 2009, 2:34 pm
  2. Thank you so much for the wonderful items!!!

    Posted by Jessica Faircloth | November 21, 2011, 8:49 am
  3. These are cute! However, on the Apples Fall Mad Lib, it says “alot,” which is not a word. It should say “a lot.” And, “Well actually I had one more then him…” should say, “Well, actually, I had one more than he did.” Misspelling and bad grammar should be double-checked on an educational site!

    Posted by Lisa | September 24, 2014, 12:28 pm
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