Online Kids Madlibs: Spring Is Here!

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5 thoughts on “Online Kids Madlibs: Spring Is Here!

  1. Spring is here! The baby buffalo are running all over our backyard and moo-ing. My mom is excited because the Brick flowers she bought from Mexico are in full bloom. My dad doesn’t like them because he thinks they look like bubbly Candy Bar Wrappers littering our yard. The best part of spring for me is that my favorite sport, Runderwants ball, has started. It’s just like Baseball, except the ball has been replaced by an Air Conditioner and the referee is actually a Tax Accountant.

  2. Spring is here! The baby maggots are running all over our backyard and leaping. My mom is excited because the cup flowers she bought from Zermatt are in full bloom. My dad doesn’t like them because he thinks they look like sticky roller skates littering our yard. The best part of spring for me is that my favorite sport, gwap ball, has started. It’s just like Cricket, except the ball has been replaced by a dry erase marker and the referee is actually a waitress.

  3. Spring is here! The baby elephants are running all over our backyard and gagging. My mom is excited because the raisin flowers she bought from Taco Bell are in full bloom. My dad doesn’t like them because he thinks they look like cheesy microphones littering our yard. The best part of spring for me is that my favorite sport, flushy ball, has started. It’s just like swimming, except the ball has been replaced by a crayon and the referee is actually a principal.

  4. Spring is here! The baby geese are running all over our backyard and growing. My mom is excited because the pick-axe flowers she bought from the Faraway Tree are in full bloom. My dad doesn’t like them because he thinks they look like angry flowers littering our yard. The best part of spring for me is that my favorite sport, Flubdub ball, has started. It’s just like digging, except the ball has been replaced by a brush and the referee is actually a gardener.

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