Teatime Word Games

Created for quiet teatimes at home or as party activities.

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Tea Party Mad Lib Game

If you’re doing this as a two-some, one person fills in the blanks, not knowing what the story will be. The other uses the clues to fill in the blanks of the story.

If you’re using this as a party game, make a copy for each guest. It can be fun to read aloud several versions of the story.


Tea Party Mad Lib Clues

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Fill in as many of the clues as possible to create the story. You may want to work in teams.

  1. A number more than twice your age                                   _____________
  2. Name of a wild animal                    _____________________________________
  3. Reason for having a tea party        _____________________________________
  4. A kind of a fairy tale character      _____________________________________
  5. Name of a cartoon character                      _____________________________________
  6. Name of a super hero                     _____________________________________
  7. Name of the author of a classic children’s book      ________________________
  8. Name of one of the other guests at the party                     ________________________
  9. Name of a flower               ____________________________________________
  10. Name of a color                 ____________________________________________
  11. Your favorite food             ____________________________________________
  12. List two tea party foods     _____________________ & ___________________
  13. Name of a flavor of tea      ____________________________________________
  14. Repeat the name of cartoon character in #5          _______________________________
  15. A toy or game set played with outside        _______________________________
  16. Repeat the name of the super hero in #6    _______________________________
  17. Something very large found in nature         _______________________________
  18. Repeat the name of the author in #7                      _______________________________
  19. Title of your favorite children’s book         _______________________________
  20. Name of a children’s song                           _______________________________
  21. Repeat #8 – name of the other guest                      _______________________________
  22. A good feeling                                            _______________________________
  23. A fun place to go                                       _______________________________
  24. A large vehicle                                           _______________________________
  25. An adjective                                               _______________________________

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The Mad Lib Story

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When everyone is finished, have one person read the story using clues from the list above. A Mad Lib can be done by one person, by teams or with different party guests each contributing one or more answer to complete the story.

Once upon a time, about [ #1  number more than twice your age ] years ago, Mathilde [ #2  name of a wild animal ] wanted to give a [ #3 kind of party ] tea party for Alissa, a [ #4 a kind fairy tale character ]. Mathilde sent invitations to four guests, [ #5 a cartoon character ] , [ #6 a super hero ] , [ #7  author of a children’s book ] and [ #8 name of one of the other guests attending your party ] who all promised bring something special.

Mathilde decorated the party room with [ #9 kind of flowers ] and [ #10 color   ] streamer and balloons. The table was set with trays of [ #11 favorite tea party food ] and [ #12 two other – party foods ] and Mathilde had made her favorite tea, [ #13 kind of tea ].

[ #14 Repeat #5 the cartoon character ] brought a [ #15 an outside toy or game set ] so they could all play outside before the party and [ #16 repeat #6 name of the super hero ] brought [ #17   something rare and unusual from nature ] and let everyone touch it carefully.

[ #18 Repeat #7 the children’s author ] brought [ #19 title of a book to read when they went inside ].

Best thing of all was the song, [ #20 name of a song ] that [ #21 Repeat #8   name of the party guest ] taught them.

Every detail made the party lots of fun and very special.

Mathilde felt so [ #22 a good feeling ] that she didn’t want the party to end.

She suggested that they all go to [ #23 a fun place to go ].

Everyone got into the [ #23 name of a large vehicle ] and continued to share a very [ #24 adjective ] happy day.