Online Kids Madlibs about Me

Mad Libs! Jumble of pencils
Fill out these questions to generate your own silly mad libs story instantly online! (Hint: a Verb is an action. An adverb usually ends in “ly” and describes an action (like slowly). A noun is a person/place/thing. An adjective describes a person/place/thing.)

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This is a silly online story that will be completed with your words. Please answer the questions below and click the generate button to read the story with your words included!

About Author Steve Hanson

Steve Hanson is the author of The Dax and Zippa Series, Monsters Midnight Feast, Wizards In The West, Butterflies Don't Chew Bubblegum and The Whens. View his Profile.

44 thoughts on “Online Kids Madlibs about Me

  1. Hi my name is Moana, but my friends call me Coconut Noodle world. My favorite color is the color of Shopkins and my favorite thing to do is Stirring . My parents were a Deer and Baker, which is why we lived in Hawaii. You probably know me from my TV commercial for Castle . I’m the one who says, ‘Doe. A. Deer’ at the very end!

  2. Hi my name is Orlando Bloom, but my friends call me popular goulash. My favorite color is the color of teaspoons and my favorite thing to do is paint. My parents were a hamster and actress, which is why we lived in kindergarten. You probably know me from my TV commercial for trip to London. I’m the one who says, ‘Waste not – want not.’ at the very end!

  3. Hi my name is Lily Potter, but my friends call me Soft Lambro. My favorite color is the color of pencils and my favorite thing to do is Live. My parents were a Rain Deer and A toilet scrubber, which is why we lived in Laboratory. You probably know me from my TV commercial for A bag of potatoes. I’m the one who says, ‘Did they beat the drums slowly, did they play the fief lowly?’ at the very end!

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