Creative Stories for Better Relationships: Set Number 6

May 9, 2013
Enrich your connection with others by using this sixth set of suggestions for a creative story-telling game.


Creative Stories about Family and Friends: Every two weeks this blog features a new set of pictures to help you have fun and conversations with your children, grandchildren, and friends. Read the instructions for this unique game and view earlier sets of pictures by clicking on the "Creative Stories" tab above.

From “Silly” to “Creative”

Back on February 28 of this year, I gave you the first post of a game that helps you create stories for your children, grandchildren, and friends. Approximately every two weeks you are given about 6 pictures, a place, a sound, and a phrase with which to tell a story using the names of family and friends.

To learn more about this relationship game, go to the top of the page and read the first story and see the other posts.

Bookmark that page and then, when you are at a restaurant with children who have their noses buried in their iPhones, etc., whip out your own device and go to that page and start a conversation. Before the food arrives, you will have had a good time using these suggestions for creating fun.

NOTE: Originally I had called this feature “Silly Stories.” Now, since I don’t think they are silly so much as they are creative, I am changing this to “Creative Stories.”


When you use the following
set of pictures for your conversation game,
be sure to include these words:

“That’s when she opened the umbrella.”


snow plow


Last day of school

orange juice kaboom! cottages
ear violin australia


Let me know how you have used this silly game. If you want to share the story, I will print it on the blog.


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