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Crossed Paths - An Improvisational Storytelling Activity

Crossed Paths is a free mutliplayer improvisational storytelling activity.  It has players working together to create original stories, and works well for at least 5 players.  It is a good fit for libraries, schools, churches, or any organization with the goal of having participants explore characters, settings, and conflics from stories they already know. This game is released under Creative Commons, with the expectation that the facilitator will fill out a short survey about the game afterwards at

You can access the most recent version of the activity at

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    Improvisation is the act of creating a spontaneous work of craft in the moment, whether it be a story or play. Improvisational games for kids can help kids learn how to assume quickly also harness their imaginations. These games can be played at summer camp, birthday parties or to pass the ...

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