Do you remember playing Mad Libs as a kid? I do and I loved it!
So, when I was thinking about what you get you, my readers, for Christmas, I thought it would be fun to make up a couple of my own.
They’re simple stories written at a level that preschoolers are easily able to participate. They’ve been preschooler tested and approved and even my toddler loved them.
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And, now they’re ready to you and your kids to have fun with!
They’re a fun last minute Christmas game and also perfect for entertaining the kids while waiting for that big Christmas dinner.
Print off as many as you like! Set them at the kid’s table. Enjoy them during a family night. Have your older kids help the younger ones play. Enjoy!
The links below the pictures will take you to the printable. All you need to do it print it out and grab a pencil and your kids. I hope they provide you with a lot of fun!
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