Online Kid’s Madlibs: Substitute Teacher

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6 thoughts on “Online Kid’s Madlibs: Substitute Teacher

  1. Today we had a substitute teacher, Mrs. Anteater, because Mrs. Normalson was vacationing in Target. The substitute had teal hair and smelled like Banana Bread, but that was okay since her smile looked like rugs. She was surprisingly nice to us even when Bobby hid 14 paving stones in her desk. We thought she’d yell, but all she did was ask him to recite the lyrics to I’m a Little Tea Pot. My favorite part of the day was learning Biology. That was her specialty — she even studied it with Colonel Sanders! Wow!

  2. Today we had a substitute teacher, Mrs. Manticore, because Mrs. Normalson was vacationing in Miami. The substitute had Black hair and smelled like Spam, but that was okay since her smile looked like Rocks. She was surprisingly nice to us even when Bobby hid 200 Jewels in her desk. We thought she’d yell, but all she did was ask him to recite the lyrics to Oh Canada. My favorite part of the day was learning Zoology. That was her specialty — she even studied it with Morgan Freeman! Wow!

  3. Today we had a substitute teacher, Mrs. Puma, because Mrs. Normalson was vacationing in London. The substitute had Black hair and smelled like Beef Stew, but that was okay since her smile looked like Clouds. She was surprisingly nice to us even when Bobby hid 300 Jewels in her desk. We thought she’d yell, but all she did was ask him to recite the lyrics to Love is in Bloom. My favorite part of the day was learning Biology. That was her specialty — she even studied it with Mario! Wow!

  4. Today we had a substitute teacher, Mrs. Alpaca, because Mrs. Normalson was vacationing in the Dollar Store. The substitute had cyan hair and smelled like doggy chow, but that was okay since her smile looked like guns. She was surprisingly nice to us even when Bobby hid 51 dead bodies in her desk. We thought she’d yell, but all she did was ask him to recite the lyrics to Watch Me. My favorite part of the day was learning Biology. That was her specialty — she even studied it with Ms. Peterson! Wow!

  5. Today we had a substitute teacher, Mrs. narwhal, because Mrs. Normalson was vacationing in Red Lobster. The substitute had turquoise hair and smelled like oatmeal, but that was okay since her smile looked like cough drops. She was surprisingly nice to us even when Bobby hid 89 aliens in her desk. We thought she’d yell, but all she did was ask him to recite the lyrics to “Miracle” by Cascada. My favorite part of the day was learning band. That was her specialty — she even studied it with Mike Bracciano! Wow!

  6. Today we had a substitute teacher, Mrs. Dog, because Mrs. Normalson was vacationing in California. The substitute had Maroon hair and smelled like Lettuce, but that was okay since her smile looked like Water Bottles. She was surprisingly nice to us even when Bobby hid Two Hundred Clocks in her desk. We thought she’d yell, but all she did was ask him to recite the lyrics to Jar of Hearts. My favorite part of the day was learning History. That was her specialty — she even studied it with Benjamin Franklin! Wow!

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