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Storycatching Card Pack

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Stories not only help us find common ground with others - whether they are friends, family, colleagues or the people in the wider community - but also provide us with a sense of where we've come from and how we fit in.

Storycatching is a set of 80 full-colour cards that provide storytelling prompts for people of all ages. They can be used wherever people come together - from school classrooms to creative writing programs, as a game for families, or a therapeutic tool for anyone who works with people. Whatever the application, Storycatching provides opportunities to reflect upon our thoughts, feelings and attitudes to life.

Storycatching is fun and effective way to explore creativity, honour diversity, and share both the joys and struggles of our lives in the most natural way possible - by sharing stories!

How can I use Storycatching? Like any set of cards that are used for conversation building or story-prompting, the ways in which you use Storycatching will be driven largely by your purpose, passion, curiosity and creativity. Whether Storycatching is used in one-on-one situations or in groups, there are two main methods you can adopt; spread and scan or random choice.

Spread and scan means that participants are invited to choose a card, while random choice, as the name suggests, leaves more to chance. There are many fun and creative ways to employ both methods.

One of the best ways to get people talking and responding in creative ways to the Storycatching cards is to ask a question. It could be as simple as: Does this card remind you of a story about yourself? or How does this card make you feel? The questions you ask will depend on whether you're using Storycatching in a therapeutic situation, as conversational tool, a creative writing or visual art prompt, or even as a party game with your family. Some questions are more appropriate for one-on-one conversations, while others lend themselves easily to group discussion. There is no limit to the number or type of questions you can ask. Other ideas include using the cards as prompts for:

- Storytelling
- Creative writing and journalling ideas
- As prompts for poetry.
- To help you overcome writers block
- As the basis for a game
- Icebreakers or openers
- As a prompt for listening activities
- As a prompt for reminiscing at family events and celebrations.

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