A game that is probably most amusing to 10 year olds. A sentence is written out with blank spots, and in each blank spot you get your friends to insert a word that matches the part of speech specified. Unfortunately, when you're of an age that mad libs are funny, you probably don't fully understand the difference between a noun and a verb, an adjective and an adverb. See example.
I sat down on the ___(noun)__ and proceeded to ___(verb)___ . After that I decided to try to ___(verb)__ very ___(adv)__. I always __(verb)__ when the __(noun)__ is __(adj)__. Isn't it great to __(verb)__?
I sat down on the __very__ and proceeded to __book__. After that I decided to try to __run__ very __runningsuit__. I always ___computer__ when the __great__ is __email.__ Isn't it great to __mad libs__?