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

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6-13

Happy loving family

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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