Online Kids Mad Libs about Jobs

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Fill out these questions to generate your own silly mad libs story instantly online! This mad lib only has nouns, verbs, and adjectives so it can be used with Kindergarten common core classes. (Hint: a Verb is an action. A noun is a person/place/thing. An adjective describes a person/place/thing.)

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  1. Today a Vet named wardrobe came to our school to talk to us about her job. She said the most important skill you need to know to do her job is to be able to jump around (a) bouncy book. She said it was easy for her to learn her job because she loved to run when she was my age–and that helps a lot! If you’re considering her profession, I hope you can be near (a) fluffy balloon. That’s very important! If you get too distracted in that situation you won’t be able to skip next to (a) tree!

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