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Thursday, December 5, 2013

.:Christmas Carol Mad Libs - Spool and Spoon:.

Hey ladies! Guess who? It's Jess from Spool and Spoon -- I'm back to share your monthly dose of printable happiness! I hope you had a great Thanksgiving :) I am thrilled that it's finally Christmastime! In honor of the holiday season, I put together a couple of printable mad lib sheets that are guaranteed to induce laughter all while teaching your little ones some basic English language skills. Win, win!

Five PRINTABLE Christmas Carol Mad Libs by Spool and Spoon for Sumo's Sweet Stuff
Rather than silly stories, how about flipping some good ole Christmas carols upside down.

Simply click here to view the PDF which contains all FIVE mad libs. The whole set will print on only three pages!

Five PRINTABLE Christmas Carol Mad Libs by Spool and Spoon for Sumo's Sweet Stuff
This is an activity best done with two or more people -- without telling the story, one person asks another to provide a word that matches the blank. Then, after writing each one in, they read the story together. Just imagine the fun :)

Five PRINTABLE Christmas Carol Mad Libs by Spool and Spoon for Sumo's Sweet Stuff
If you're not familiar with mad libs -- let's just say that they are awesome. I can remember way back in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade just *dying with laughter* when we would do these during free time and on the bus ride to and from school. These are great for school-aged children who are learning the different parts of speech (noun, verb, pronoun, adjective, adverb, etc.) but are just as great for the younger kids who have help from an older sibling or you! 

Five PRINTABLE Christmas Carol Mad Libs by Spool and Spoon for Sumo's Sweet Stuff

Five PRINTABLE Christmas Carol Mad Libs by Spool and Spoon for Sumo's Sweet Stuff


Five PRINTABLE Christmas Carol Mad Libs by Spool and Spoon for Sumo's Sweet Stuff

Merry Christmas - Happy Hanukkah - Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours!

Jess is a crafty twenty-something living with her husband and two fur babies in a pretty little townhouse outside of Philadelphia. She started Spool and Spoon in 2012 to document her creative endeavors. Jess is a DIY girl through and through; she'd prefer her camera, colored pencils, and sewing machine over most anything else. Throughout any given week, you can find a mashup of printablestutorials, and recipes on her blog. Check it out!

6 comments:

  1. Mad Libs rock and these look like they're going to be a lot of fun! Thanks for the download.

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  2. These are so fun! My kids love mad libs. Pinning and printing!

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  3. My older kids will love doing these. I needed something fun for them. Thank you!

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  4. These are great! Thanks so much for posting!

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  5. I printed these for a fifth grade class party, but we ran out of time. When we got home I was so disappointed that I printed them again and myself, my husband and our three kids had a blast!! Thanks!

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Thanks for leaving a comment! I love reading them! I try to reply to questions the best I can, but you can always email me at sumossweetstuff {at} gmail {dot} com.

Sumo:)