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"Er -- have the Bludgers ever (verb) anyone?" Harry asked, hoping he sounded (adjective) "Never at Hogwarts. We've had a couple of broken (body parts) but nothing worse than that. Now, the last member of the (noun) is the Seeker. That's you. And you don't have to worry about the Quaffle or the Bludgers unless they crack my (body part) open." "Don't worry, the Weasleys are more than a match for the Bludgers -- I mean, they're like a pair of human (nouns) themselves." Wood reached into the (noun) and took out the (number) and last ball. Compared with the Quaffle and the Bludgers, it was (size) about the size of a (adjective) (noun). It was bright (color) and had little (adjective) (color) wings. "This," said Wood, "is the Golden Snitch, and it's the most important (noun) of the lot. It's very hard to catch because it's so (adverb) and difficult to (verb). It's the Seeker's job to (verb) it. You've got to (verb) in and out of the Chasers, Beaters, Bludgers, and Quaffle to get it before the other team's Seeker, because whichever Seeker catches the (noun) wins his team an extra (number) points, so they nearly always win. That's why Seekers get fouled so much. A game of Quidditch only ends when the Snitch is caught, so it can go on for ages -- I think the record is (number) (time period) they had to keep bringing on substitutes so the players could get some (verb). "Well, that's it -- any questions?" Harry shook his (body part). He (verb) what he had to do all right, it was doing it that was going to be the problem. "We won't practice with the (noun) yet," said Wood, (adverb) shutting it back inside the (noun) "it's too (adjective), we might lose it. Let's try you out with a few of these." He pulled a bag of (adjective) (sport) balls out of his pocket and a few (time period) later, he and Harry were up in the air, Wood throwing the (sport) balls as hard as he could in every direction for Harry to (verb). Harry didn't (verb) a single one, and Wood was (adjective) After (time period), night had really fallen and they couldn't carry on. "That Quidditch cup'll have our (noun) on it this year," said Wood (adverb) as they (verb) back up to the castle. "I wouldn't be surprised if you turn out (adjective ending in er) than Charlie Weasley, and he could have (verb) for England if he hadn't gone off chasing (plural noun)."

Ms. Montgomery

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Harry Potter Mad Libs 4

Fill in the parts of speech in parentheses with your own words (try to be as silly as possible) then record yourself reading your new story out loud. Remember to be appropriate with your word choices! Maybe try asking your friends and family to help you fill in the parts of speech. Noun: person, place, thing, or idea (example: chair, store, road, octopus) Adjective: describing word (example: yellow, sparkly, long, small) Verb: action or state of being (example: jump, sit, breathe, talk) Adverb: describes a verb (example: fast, slowly, quietly)

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts
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