Sleepover Party Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game
ISBN: 084312699X
EAN13: 9780843126990
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 14, 2008
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.31" H x 8.43" L x 5.28" W
Weight: 0.13 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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I'm a big fan of MAD LIBS. It's great to get some for my 8 year old daughter. It's great to be back home, doing what we love, and keep buying more. Even if you're not considering buying a house, go for it. Even if you're not writing, you can use the pages more than once if you have enough room. We're thrilled the academy has found such an inspiring teacher, said Janet Robinson, director of the university's Gifted and Talented program. My daughter and I both love to do them with Daddy and she even sometimes makes her own. Great for creating beautiful things, inspiring children and adults alike. Brand new products are always welcome, but I think PeopleSoft customers deserve more than just a refund.
   Mad Libs are a great learning tool and my daughter loves this one!
My daughter, who has done a lot of Mad Libs, has told me this one is her favorite. She comes up with some silly stories using this and loves to share them with her siblings and mom. It has been a big help and is a fun learning tool, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
   Who doesn't love a good Mad Libs?
This was a great present for Niece, Melissa said. The most popular girl at the sleepover, she was also the one who dressed up as a princess. She and her friends enjoyed filing in the blanks and coming up with the witty stories. Who doesn't love a good Mad Libs parody?
   Silly fun
It was a present for my 11 year old granddaughter for a slumber party. Even with all the technology they have today, it's still fun. It was great having a great time, they said. I didn't read through the entire story, but I like that it held their interest.
   Fun essential for a sleepover party.
Great to bring a group of friends together at a sleepover, he said. Broomhead says kids can come up with their own stories that use the imagination and educational skills. Clever kids can come up with clever ideas that keep them away from their phones and bring lots of good old-fashioned fun, the experts say.
   Mad Libs are ____adjective____ !
Our daughter, who has Down Syndrome, is a huge fan of the Minions. She has all her plural noun'' over and they are all asleep, she said. The kids just keep on reading them and they shout: "There's a _____." We got her several of these, including the transitive verb adjective _____noun______ for hours of ______noun_______. I _______________ recommend them to my friends.
   Super fun!
Great job, said Dr. Brian Stokes Mitchell, director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California. On Friday night, I had 11 girls over for a slumber party. It was the first time that eight of them had been doing sleepovers. It was a really nice way to hang and have fun, Mr. Cowger said. The girls had a great time reading to their parents when they picked them up the next day.
   Inappropriate content for a 7-year old
Everyone differs on this point of view, so my review is based on this. I hope that Amazon still allows this to be posted Using a topic of "Light as a feather, stiff as a board" is in appropriate for any child or adult as it's an introduction to the occult. It's just that the game is dressed up as an innocent game of chance. When I was a kid, we tried it, and I knew it was something bad. So I've added 2 more games based on that game: Truth or Dare and The Hunt. The content is once again innocent but it is not a game that I want to introduce the concept of. I just don't want to provide the introduction, so two more pages were ripped out, and I gave it to my 7 year old niece who loved it and whose parents were very grateful that I vetted it before gifting it.
   So disappointed
The Note Pad is actually a small note pad. The book was originally published in 1974 and has only 23 pages. I had a Mad Libs book in the past and it was a large paperback puzzle book size and thick with multiple different kinds of word puzzles. The book cost $5 and was also available at bookstores. The price of a gallon of regular unleaded is $2.79. What a rip off!
   Fun for sleepovers!
Bought as a present for my daughter! It has a page definition, too. I don't remember the exact dates, but I do remember the ones from when I was a kid.