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If you were a ship’s (noun) and you forgot to (verb) to Poseidon before you set sail, you were a major-league (noun). Poseidon liked at least (number) (animal) sacrificed in his honor per ship. Don’t ask me why. Maybe at one point Poseidon had told the Greeks, Just pour me a (color) (animal) and we’ll call it even, and the Greeks thought he wanted an actual (color) (animal). If you forgot to sacrifice, there was a good chance your (noun) would get smashed on the (noun), or (verb) by a sea (noun), or captured by pirates with (adjective) personal hygiene. Even if you never (past tense verb) by sea, that didn’t mean you were safe. If your (noun) somehow offended Poseidon…well, say hello to Hurricane (noun). Still, Poseidon (verb) it together most of the time. He tried to (verb) Zeus’s orders, though Zeus annoyed him (adverb). Whenever those two started (verb ending in ing), the other gods (verb) their seat belts, because a fight between the (noun) and the (noun) could rip the world apart.

Ms. Montgomery

Student Instructions

Percy Jackson Mad Libs

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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