Free Christmas Mad Lib Templates

Christmas Mad Libs: What Are They?

Christmas Mad Libs are personalized stories players are blindly filling in with the intention to create an absurd narrative. Usually centered around Christmas or the entire festive season, this word game is designed for several players - they can take turns reading the story, and other participants select or come up with words to complete it.

Once the blanks are completed, the storyteller or speaker shares the story with the others for the enjoyment of all those present. You may write an amusing short story or seize the opportunity to use the game as a teaching moment for your children - a winter tale or a Christmas fable will be memorable for your loved ones.

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How to Make Christmas Mad Libs?

Here are some tips that will help you to enjoy your time with your family and friends playing Christmas Mad Libs together:

  1. Prepare everything you need for the game - sheets of paper, pens, pencils, and possibly a thesaurus (the latter will be useful for the kids that need to expand their vocabulary). Alternatively, the participants can write the missing words on their phones - as long as no one is cheating later trying to change the answers when the game is over! Inform the players about the time they have to submit their answers - generally, one round of Mad Libs does not exceed ten minutes.
  2. If you can write short stories or are willing to retell a classic Christmas story that will amuse both adults and children, you can demonstrate your writing talents or take inspiration from other writers adding your own twists and turns to a familiar story . Christmas Mad Libs for Adults can be based on stories and traditions that come from other cultures - if you are spending the holidays with your friends or relatives that came to visit from afar, you should use an opportunity to expand your knowledge and find out more about the Christmas celebrations around the world.
  3. Fairy tales are usually the best idea for Christmas Mad Libs for Kids - whether the child knows the story well or it is a brand new narrative, creating something nonsensical with them on Christmas Eve can be the perfect pastime. An older child will benefit from the combination of entertaining and educational - pick a story that can teach your kid a valuable lesson while they have a good time reading. Besides, the
  4. Make sure you include enough descriptors - while the end result is supposed to be funny, the players need minimal instructions . For example, you can tell the reader to add any verb, adjective, location, or animal that comes to their mind and enjoy funny Christmas Mad Libs together. It is also possible to offer the players a list of words to choose from. In case they make one unintentional error, the story becomes chaotic - the way a Christmas Mad Lib is meant to be.

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