Tag Archives: Mad Libs

Fun Day Sunday RA Mad Lib: “The Impressionists”, 4/08/12, Gratiana Lovelace (Post #162b)

As promised, today is another Fun Day Sunday RA Mad Lib.  What is a Mad Lib?  Well, it is a childhood game we enjoyed playing where we would take a familiar text and replace words randomly.  The meaning and context … Continue reading

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Prep for Fun Day Sunday (April 8th)–RA Mad Libs Returns! 4/05/12 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #162a)

Dear Friends, I was thinking that I/we haven’t done an RA Mad Lib activity lately–not since January 29th!  So we’re due for one I think–and we will plan to do a Mad Lib on Fun Day Sunday, April 8th.    But … Continue reading

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Fun Day Sunday–A “Mad Lib” Case of Loving Richard Armitage, 1/29/12 Gratiana Lovelace (Post # 117)

“Mad Libs” are fun word replacement games.  You choose a familiar story or movie dialogue scene, but don’t tell your game participants what it is.  You ask them for various words from parts of speech (proper names, nouns, verbs, adverbs, … Continue reading

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