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This is a Mad libs game specifically for kids. The skill will first ask you if you want to play. If you say yes, you will be prompted to say numerous parts of speech. After the prompted words have been given, Alexa will read a story with your words. Afterwards, you can either get another mad lib or stop playing.
You can now skip a Mad lib by saying the following: I would like to skip, please skip this one, please skip, skip this one
If you have any suggestions for new mad libs, please fill out this google form: https://goo.gl/forms/McLOK9tT5lSIO6eU2
Note: All the Madlibs were found on http://www.woojr.com/printable-mad-libs-for-kids/ and http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/language_arts/madlibs/. Visit the websites for more exciting madlibs to share with the family. The images used to create the skill icon came from https://icons8.com/. The images shown on the Echo Show or Echo Spot are from https://unsplash.com/.
Added this for my kids. If I said ‘soft’ as a word the thing just crashed on me and ends. Learned to avoid the word soft then it would go. But then we would get stuck in sections where it would just respond asking if we wanted to end the game. No matter what we answered. Bit buggy.. and for little kids can be annoying with the bugs.
I think this game is a great idea, however it needs to reject a word if it's not correct for that part of speech. Then it would be a great learning tool. Also, the story at the end isn't spoken very clearly and seems to mispronounce some words. I think this game has great potential.