Free Printable Christmas Mad Libs

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Do you love fun and silly family activities? My kids were cracking up last week as I reminisced about the footy pajamas I got every year for Christmas . . . with butt flaps. Remember those? (Super classy!) That’s why I decided to include the jammies idea in a Christmas mad libs type letter. It’s a free printable and should be silly enough for some good laughs.

Printable Christmas Mad Libs

Sometimes kids forget the parts of speech. Play my Simon Says inspired game, “Verbie Says” to remember what verbs are.

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Free Printable Christmas Mad Libs

We also decided “The Butt Flaps” would be a good family band name.

Clearly, we have a warped sense of humor.

Anyway, enjoy this free Christmas mad-libs inspired writing activity!

Want more Christmas mad libs?


Order the classic Christmas Mad Libs book! (affiliate link) (Would this be a fun stocking stuffer?)

Here’s a cute mad libs Christmas carol.

Check out these three free printable Christmas mad libs.

Have fun with your Christmas Mad Libs!

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One Response

  1. GrowingBookbyBook says:

    Super fun! These would be so neat for each family member to do and then sit around and take turns reading them all aloud.

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