Before starting this exercise, make sure you are in a safe, quiet space to for your self-reflective creative process. Take a moment to reflect on who you are in the world. How do you feel others who are first meeting you see you? How is the way you present yourself to someone you are firstContinue reading “The many layers that make you, you”
The Adverb Game is fun drama game that works on skills such as creativity, observation, grammar, and emotional identification. This game is ideal in group settings and can be adapted for a variety of different age groups, populations, and/or cognitive abilities. The game is simple. First, start out by creating a list of adverbs whetherContinue reading “The Adverb Game”
2020. Does reading that make you cringe a little? 2020 has been a year to remember-a year that will go down in history. 2020 brought lots of unknowns, disappointments, and fears to many all around the world. It is so easy to think of the year 2020 as “the year of the pandemic”, but whatContinue reading “2020 Time Capsules!”
“Candy-go-round” is a fun, interactive “getting to know you” game perfect for breaking the ice. Each person in the group will receive a packet of Skittles. Other items can be used as a substitution to candy such as colored beads. Instruct each person to open their packet and sort their candy by color-advise them toContinue reading “Candy-go-Round!”
“The Actor’s Worst Nightmare” is a fun and easy drama game that can be done in a variety of different settings with a variety of different age groups. All you need is at least 2 people and some props! This is a fun way to work on communication, confidence, problem-solving skills and more!