Rory’s Story Cubes are awesome in so many ways, on so many levels. They’re adorable. They are clever. They are brilliant. They create a calming sense of weight and heft when nestled in your hand. (It’s a thing.)
And they are a profoundly fun way to start conversations and invite creativity.
Use Story Cubes:
- with your leadership teams
- to begin Campaigners (e.g., instead of highs and lows, kids must pick 3 cubes to talk about their week)
- during cabin time as discussion starters or to retell the day’s events
- around the lunch table as a story-telling game
Story Cubes can be used:
- individually (ask each person for a personal response)
- in a group (people work together to create a funny narrative).
There are endless ways to use these cubes. Some people have retold well-known stories, like this:
The original and intended purpose of Rory’s Story Cubes was to provide an engaging tool for narrative creativity.
But really, the sky’s the limit with these things. They’re a perfect WyldLife resource.