Alphabet Imagination Story
Instead of a story script, scouts can create their own story in a round-robin fashion.
Choose someone to begin telling the story and give them a scenario, such as: an airplane accident scene.
The scout speaks a line that starts with the letter 'A'.
The next scout in the circle speaks a line that starts with 'B'. Continue until the story finishes or a scout is stumped.
Start with a new scenario for the next scout.
For example, with an airplane accident...
All you people start first aid on these survivors.
But, I don't have my first aid kit.
Can't you think of anything except saving yourself?
Don't worry, I will save them!
Everyone run, the gas is about to blow!
Fire, cool, I like fire.
Girl scouts were on that plane and they need our help.
Hang on girls, we're coming to save you.
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Mar 20, 2013 - Millie Rogers
This is very helpful I am a teacher and I made up my own story like this one and they now know there ABC'sApr 08, 2013 - Stephanie
This is great! I am having a backyard camp out in a few weeks with my Girl Scout Troop and wanted to come up with some fun campfire stories, but having them make up their own is PERFECT! They are 3rd grade Brownies so will love being in charge! hahaha
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