Kids Madlibs: Back To School

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2 thoughts on “Kids Madlibs: Back To School

  1. Tomorrow I head back to school, so my mom and I did some last minute shopping. My mom said I would need Magazines for school, but I convinced her to get Wavy Balls of Yarn instead. When we got home, I picked out the shirt I’m going to wear tomorrow. It has a(n) Moose Baking on it. I like it because it shows the other kids I’m Stuffy — like a kid from the Dimestore. There are so many questions going through my head about tomorrow. I know my best friend Mr. Wizard is in my class, but will we get to sit next to each other? Will they have Lollipops for lunch again this year? Will I get to play Pinochle during recess? I’ll find out tomorrow — it’ll be fun!

  2. This is mymadlib:
    Tomorrow I head back to school, so my mom and I did some last minute shopping. My mom said I would need Magazines for school, but I convinced her to get Wavy Balls of Yarn instead. When we got home, I picked out the shirt I’m going to wear tomorrow. It has a(n) Moose Baking on it. I like it because it shows the other kids I’m Stuffy — like a kid from the Dimestore. There are so many questions going through my head about tomorrow. I know my best friend Mr. Wizard is in my class, but will we get to sit next to each other? Will they have Lollipops for lunch again this year? Will I get to play Pinochle during recess? I’ll find out tomorrow — it’ll be fun!

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