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Winter Mad Libs

Every 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 come back in the spring for Easter and Valentines Day mad libs, too!

Winter Mad Libs - Mr. Snowman!

Winter Mad Libs - Mr. Snowman!

Winter Mad Libs - My Skates!

Winter Mad Libs - My Skates!

Winter Mad Libs - Snowstorm!

Winter Mad Libs - Snowstorm!

You might also like these winter word puzzles, Christmas math worksheets, or these printable Christmas mazes.

Discussion

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  1. I love your site & often blog to my readers about it. You have so many great activities & ideas! Thank you!

    Posted by Carie | December 3, 2009, 9:15 pm
  2. I’m preparing for the upcoming semester at the Boys and Girls Club, where I teach reading, and these winter Mad Libs are just what I was looking for! We try to use things that are great fun, cleverly disguised as games, so the students don’t suspect they’re actually learning something! Thank you!!

    Posted by Beckey | January 3, 2010, 11:10 am
  3. I love your madlibs!!! Keep it up!

    Posted by liv | June 23, 2010, 8:23 am
  4. Love the ideas, but I if you are going to provide printable activities, they need to be free of errors. Throughout the “Snowman” mad lib, you use the word alot. Alot is not a word, it is two words. An easy way to remember, you would not write alittle, so why would you write alot?

    Posted by Diana | February 4, 2015, 11:23 am
  5. Please check the madlib, “My Skates”. There is a spelling error on the 7th line (havn’t instead of haven’t) and the 7the line doesn’t make sense to us: “OK so the one place I havn’t looked, ________ (verb) my ________ (noun).

    Posted by Miriam Raer Downig | February 5, 2015, 10:04 am
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