Jan 25, 2016

Make your own Mad Libs with Google Forms

Do you remember Mad Libs?  They were those funny little stories that had parts of speech missing from them, and the gist behind them was to substitute random words for those parts of speech to see what fun ensued.  

Have you ever thought about making your own?  Or thought of the possibility of applying the same method to help kids learn a topic in your Social Studies, Science, or ELA class?  Maybe if you turned a passage from classic literature or a creative writing class into a Mad Lib exercise, your kids might just have enough fun that the learnin' sticks.

Its pretty easy to make your own with a Google Form.  This tutorial, along with the Autocrat AddOn for Google Sheets can help you make it happen.  Just watch!