Shark`s Tale - GreatSchools

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Shark`s Tale - GreatSchools
Mad-Sad-Glad Libs
Shark’s Tale
Latisha shouts [ _________________ ] as her surfboard slides forward. Her [ _______________ ]
feeling adverb
part of the body
pounds with [ _____________________ ] as she stands up, catching the [ ___________________ ]
feeling noun
adjective
wave at [ ____________________ ] Beach. It has been a [ ____________________ ] day.
tropical noun
positive feeling word
Suddenly, her friend [ ________________ ] yells loudly, and a [ _________________ ] lifeguard
feeling adjective
name
on the shore waves his arms [ ________________ ]. Latisha, petrified with [ _______________ ],
negative feeling noun
opposite of calmly
sees the [ ____________________ ] of a shark in her path!
part of a fish’s body
She [ ______________________ ]s hurriedly to avoid the [ ________________________ ]-eating
verb
noun
monster. Her legs are vibrating with [ ____________________ ] but her brain is focused with
negative feeling noun
intense [ _________________ ].
feeling noun
As her surfboard [ ____________________ ]s past, the shark raises its [ _____________________ ]
verb
adjective
head to gaze at Latisha with vacant, [ ______________________________ ] eyes. Mouth open,
feeling adjective
[ ____________________ ]ing with five rows of [ ______________________ ] teeth, it chases her!
negative feeling word
verb
Chomp! The shark [ ___________________ ]s and [ ____________________ ]s the fiberglass tail
verb
verb
of the surfboard. Coughing [ __________________ ], the shark halts, [ ____________________ ].
feeling adverb
feeling adjective
Latisha falls, but lands, [ _________________ ], on the remainder of the board, and is
feeling adverb
carried on the breakers to land on a [ _________________ ]-covered rock.
animal