One of my favorite things to do with my kids is turn off all the lights and sit in a circle either on a bed or carpet and play “Glowball Story Time”. Whoever is holding the Glow Globe gets to start. They begin the tale and then pass the ball to the person on the right, who continues the story, adding their own individual flourishes. You can let each person really build up steam or pass the ball after one word. It’s such a simple exercise but it gets creative and hilarious pretty fast!
(Here’s a link to my favorite glowball.)
Tracey Stewart is the founder and creative director of Moomah Creative Arts Cafe in NYC.