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Sixteen ways to mix-up stories and help students become more creative!

Help your students elevate their story-telling skills and start thinking outside of the box with this collection of ways to turn stories upside down!

Example:

Story Morph

Give each group the names of two stories and ask them to create a new story using elements from both stories.

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