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Laugh Out Loud with Frozen Mad Libs: The World's Greatest Word Game


Frozen Mad Libs: A Fun and Funny Way to Enjoy the Disney Movie




If you love Frozen, the popular animated movie from Disney, you might be looking for some fun and funny ways to enjoy it even more. One of them is to play Frozen Mad Libs, a word game that lets you create hilarious stories based on the movie's characters, scenes, and songs. In this article, we will explain what Mad Libs are, how to play them, where to find them, and how to make your own. Let's get started!




Frozen Mad Libs



How to Play Frozen Mad Libs




Mad Libs are a type of word game that involves filling in the blanks of a story with random words. The story is usually based on a theme, such as a movie, a book, or a genre. The words are chosen by one person, who does not know the story, while another person reads the story aloud. The result is often a hilarious and nonsensical version of the original story.


To play Frozen Mad Libs, you need two or more players. One player is the reader, who has the story with blanks. The other players are the writers, who provide the words to fill in the blanks. The reader asks the writers for words that match the parts of speech indicated in the blanks, such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, etc. The reader then fills in the blanks with the words provided by the writers and reads the story aloud. The writers can also take turns being the reader.


Where to Find Frozen Mad Libs




There are many sources where you can find Frozen Mad Libs stories ready to play. Here are some of them:


Online Sources




One of the easiest ways to play Frozen Mad Libs is to use online sources that generate stories automatically. All you have to do is enter the words requested and click a button to see the result. Some of these sources are:


  • MadLibs.com: This is the official website of Mad Libs, where you can find several stories based on Frozen and other Disney movies.



  • FanFiction.net: This is a website where fans can write and share their own stories based on their favorite movies, books, games, etc. You can find some Frozen Mad Libs stories written by fans here.



  • Wattpad.com: This is another website where fans can write and share their own stories based on their favorite movies, books, games, etc. You can find some Frozen Mad Libs stories written by fans here.



Printable Sources




If you prefer to play Frozen Mad Libs offline, you can also find some printable sources that you can download and print. Some of these sources are:


  • SistersSuitcaseBlog.com: This is a blog where two sisters share their creative ideas for crafts, parties, holidays, etc. You can find some Frozen Mad Libs stories that you can print and play here.



  • WooJr.com: This is a website that offers free printable activities for kids, such as coloring pages, puzzles, games, etc. You can find some Frozen Mad Libs stories that you can print and play here.



  • TeachersPayTeachers.com: This is a website where teachers can buy and sell educational resources, such as worksheets, lesson plans, games, etc. You can find some Frozen Mad Libs stories that you can print and play here.



Books and Games




If you want to have a physical copy of Frozen Mad Libs stories, you can also buy some books and games that contain them. Some of these books and games are:


  • Disney Frozen Mad Libs: This is a book that contains 21 stories based on Frozen and its characters.



  • Disney Frozen 2 Mad Libs: This is a book that contains 21 stories based on Frozen 2 and its characters.



  • Disney Frozen Mad Libs Junior: This is a book that contains 21 stories based on Frozen and its characters, but with simpler words and parts of speech for younger players.



  • Disney Frozen Mad Libs Game: This is a game that contains 200 cards with words and parts of speech to fill in the blanks of 42 stories based on Frozen and its characters.



Some Examples of Frozen Mad Libs




To give you an idea of how Frozen Mad Libs work, here are some examples of stories based on some of the most famous songs from the movie. We have filled in the blanks with random words to show you the result. You can try to fill in the blanks with your own words and see how different and funny the stories can be.


Let It Go




The snow glows purple on the mountain tonight


Not a banana to be seen


A kingdom of loneliness


And it looks like I'm the queen


The wind is screaming like this swirling storm inside


Couldn't keep it in, heaven knows I've tried


Don't let them in, don't let them see


Be the good girl you always have to be


Conceal, don't feel, don't let them know


Well, now they know


Let it go, let it go


Can't hold it back anymore


Let it go, let it go


Turn away and slam the door


I don't care what they're going to say


Let the storm rage on


The cold never bothered me anyway


Do You Want to Build a Snowman?




Elsa?


Do you want to build a snowman?


Come on, let's go and play


I never see you anymore


Come out the door


It's like you've gone away


We used to be best buddies


And now we're not


I wish you would tell me why


Do you want to build a snowman?


Go away, Anna


Okay, bye


Do you want to build a snowman?


Or ride our bikes around the halls?


I think some company is overdue


I've started talking to the pictures on the walls


(Hang in there, Joan)


It gets a little lonely


All these empty rooms


Just watching the hours tick by


(Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock)