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"Now, there's another (noun) on each side who's called the (verb-er) -I'm Keeper for Gryffindor. I have to (verb) around our (noun) and stop the other team from (verb ending in ing)" "(number) Chasers, (number) Keeper," said Harry, who was determined to (verb) it all. "And they (verb) with the Quaffle. Okay, got that. So what are they for?" He (verb) at the (number) balls left inside the (noun). "I'll (verb) you now," said Wood. "Take this." He handed Harry a (adjective) club, a bit like a (adjective) (sport) bat. "I'm going to (verb) you what the Bludgers do," Wood (past tense verb). "These (number) are the Bludgers." He showed Harry two (adjective) balls, (color) and slightly (size ending in er) than the (color) Quaffle. Harry noticed that they seemed to be (verb ending in ing) to escape the (noun) holding them inside the box. "Stand back," Wood (verb) Harry. He (verb) down and freed (number) of the Bludgers. At once, the (adjective) ball rose high in the air and then (verb) straight at Harry's face. Harry (verb) at it with the bat to stop it from (verb) his (body part), and sent it zigzagging away into the air -- it (verb) around their (body part plural) and then shot at Wood, who (verb) on top of it and managed to pin it to the (noun). "See?" Wood panted, forcing the (adjective) Bludger back into the (noun) and strapping it down (adverb). "The Bludgers (verb) around, trying to knock (plural noun) off their (plural noun). That's why you have (number) Beaters on each team -- the Weasley twins are ours -- it's their job to (verb) their side from the Bludgers and try and knock them toward the other (noun). So -- think you've got all that?" "(number) Chasers try and (verb) with the Quaffle; the Keeper (verb) the goal (nouns); the Beaters keep the Bludgers away from their (noun)" Harry (past tense verb) off. "Very good," (past tense verb) Wood.

Ms. Montgomery

Student Instructions

Harry Potter Mad Libs 3

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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