Or, as a wilder alternative, they can play in pairs, where one player invents the missing words without reading the text and the other player writes them down. Either way, the goal is to create the most humorous, interesting, or bizarre responses possible.
If you are feeling ready, here is an Easter-themed ad lib to get you started:
The Easter Bunny hopped _____ (adverb) down the _____ (noun).
He was looking for _____(adjective) places to hide his eggs.
Suddenly, he saw a _____ (noun)!
"______!" (exclamation) said the Easter Bunny. "I'll have to put this one in my _____ (noun)."
Here is how it might come out:
The Easter Bunny hopped giddily down the bunny trail.
He was looking for egg-cellent places to hide his eggs.
Suddenly, he saw a squirrel!
"Ooh!" said the Easter Bunny. "I'll have to put this one in my basket."
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