Online Kid’s Madlibs: School Field Trip

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2 thoughts on “Online Kid’s Madlibs: School Field Trip

  1. Today my school teacher, Mrs. Fudgy Muffins, announced that instead of studying mathematics today, we’re going to take a class field trip to (the) Yogurt Factory. She thought that would be a great place to learn about Crumply Rulers. Instead of taking our normal school bus, she thought we’d travel instead by Rocket Ship. On the way there, we did our English lesson: she read poems about Fern Trees by Bart Simpson. When we finally arrived, the tour was great. We learned how to Cough and we all got to sketch pictures of chapstick containers. I can hardly wait until tomorrow when we take a field trip to (the) Gas Station!

  2. Today my school teacher, Mrs. bologna, announced that instead of studying mathematics today, we’re going to take a class field trip to Disney World. She thought that would be a great place to learn about hairy trolls. Instead of taking our normal school bus, she thought we’d travel instead by covered wagon. On the way there, we did our English lesson: she read poems about nail clippers by Ebenezer Scrooge. When we finally arrived, the tour was great. We learned how to sneeze and we all got to sketch pictures of hard boiled eggs. I can hardly wait until tomorrow when we take a field trip to QuickTrip!

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