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- Paper foldovers game -we would fold paper over a few times, then one person would draw the head, the next person draws the torso and arms etc
- Making” radio station” cassette tapes with neighbours and friends at primary school (you record 10 mins of music, jokes and jabbering….then pass it on and so forth)
- Collaborative storywriting. When I was 12 my best friend and I swapped an exercise book every few days. I would write a chapter, she would pass it back and so on. We would be in tears laughing as a story and pictures unfolded about odd characters and ’70s fashion.
- TheatreSports. What fun. Our team won the high school championship of these lunch time games! Each person in a small team plays in a game of improvisation. We all enjoyed the often surprising narrative, improvisation and interaction taking place.
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