You can play AAM mad libs with your friends or by yourself. Here’s how to play: Creatively fill in the list on the next page with whatever words you like, then transfer your list to the blanks in the story. Finally, read the story from start to finish and enjoy your silly creation! Be sure not to peek at the story until you’ve chosen all of the words to complete it.
Adjective: Describes things or people
Examples: crazy, short, annoying, messy, fluffy, brave
Noun: Person, place, or thing
Examples: cell phone, spider, home, father
Action Verb: An action
Examples: run, kick, hunt, jump, swim
Verb Ending in “ing”: An action in the present
Examples: running, kicking, hunting, jumping, swimming
Past Tense Action Verb: An action that happened in the past
Examples: ran, kicked, hunted, jumped, swam
Exclamation/Interjection: Expresses a strong emotion
Examples: Oww!, Wow!, Yay!, Yikes!
MuseumGames are made possible by PNC with additional support from Acme Fresh Market, the Kathy Moses Salem Philanthropic Fund of the Akron Community Foundation, The R.C. Musson and Katharine M. Musson Charitable Foundation, the Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation, and the Charles E. and Mabel M. Ritchie Foundation