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Winter Mad Libs

Aria Knepler-Pearl

Staff Writer

Single player:

Adjective--________

Plural noun--________

Plural noun--________

Adjective--________

Noun--________

Verb ending in “ing”--________

Plural noun--________

Adjective--________

Person--________

Article of clothing--________

Same person in the room--________

Adjective--________

Verb ending in “ing”--________

Onomatopoeia--________

Same person as above--________

Place or thing--________

Adjective--________



Multiple people:

There’s a/an (adjective)___________ game that you can only play when frozen rain, also known as (plural noun)_____________ falls down from the sky. As soon as frost covers the (plural noun you find outside)__________, you’ll pull on your (adjective)__________ mittens and wrap a (noun)________ around your neck, grab your coat, and head outside. All you need is snow and some willing friends (or even unwilling) for the fun to begin! From far away, all one would see is kids (verb ending in “ing”)_____________ around and (plural noun)_________ flying in the air. Up close, though, it’s easy to see that (adjective)___________ look on (person in the room)____________’s face when you drop a clump of snow down their (article of clothing)__________. (same person in the room)__________ will get you back with a/an (adjective)_________ snowball to the face! At the end, no one knows who won, but everyone is (verb ending in “ing”)________. (“Exclamation!”)________ You hear (same person in the room)_______ shout, “Snowball fights are always the best!” But they have to stop talking when you shove them into (the) (place or thing)________. “Ah,” You sigh, “Snowball fights are always the (most-) (adjective)_______(-est).”

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