Printable Mad Libs for Kids

I remember getting those great mad libs books made with invisible ink when I was a kid. I used to beg my parents to buy them for me all the time, but I only seemed to get them as car games when we went on road trips. If computers and printable mad libs were around back then, I would have been in heaven!

This may sound naive, but I really didn’t put two and two together that mad libs were such a great language arts activity. I just knew that when we were done, they were always hysterical!

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Printable Mad Libs


Winter Holiday Mad Libs

Winter Mad Libs

Christmas Mad Libs

Valentine’s Day Mad Libs

Spring and Summer Holiday Mad Libs

Easter Mad Libs



Spring Mad Libs

Mother’s Day Mad Libs and Father’s Day Mad Libs

4th of July Mad Libs

Summer Mad Libs

Fall Holiday Mad Libs

Fall Mad Libs

School Mad Libs

Halloween Mad Libs

Thanksgiving Mad Libs



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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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  2. Terrie

    Does anyone call these anything other than Mad Libs? Has that name become like Kleenex or other brand names that refer to all products like that?

  3. Randy McKeever

    My aide and I love your Mad Libs as do our youngsters at school! We use them with our literacy groups to help teach parts of speech as well as expanding our students vocabulary. The students love to read them aloud and giggle at their work! Thank you so much! Keep up the good work!

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