Silly Summer Goals Mad Lib

What are your child's summer goals? Use this fun Mad Lib printable to brainstorm silly and smart ideas.
By Bekki Lindner
May 29, 2016

Ages

6-13


May 29, 2016

It’s almost time for summer vacation, and this printable mad lib is the perfect way to get your kids thinking about their summer goals. Mad Libs are a fun way to introduce or discuss parts of speech. They help review nouns, adjectives, and verbs while creating a silly story with your children.

Will your child read 20 carrots or learn to tie their skateboards? Will she start her own sandal garden or a vegetable garden? The Mad Lib is different every time you play, and always results in lots of laughs! You’ll have a ___________________ time doing this Mad Lib with your family!

To print this free Printable, click on image below:



Have another idea to help your child think about their summer goals? Share them with us on the Scholastic Parents Facebook page or tweet me @chasingsupermom. Here’s to another great summer!

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