Tomorrow is National Bad Poetry Day, and this creativity exercise will get everyone’s imagination going! Here’s how to play:
1. Start by having everyone write down random words for each letter of the alphabet (don’t tell them anything else about the game).
2. Find some favorite poems and cross out a word (or two or three) in each of the poems. You can even use nursery rhymes or songs.
3. Pass the poems to the person next to you and have them fill in the crossed-out words with items from their list. They can switch out just those words or have fun rewriting entire lines to fit their new theme!
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