What can be done with the words?
These words can be used alone, or mixed and matched in any way to inspire stories, and then expressed in the form of a poem, diorama, dance, game, activity, song, musical composition, skit, a dramatic expression, sculpture, a structure of some kind, or something else of the person’s choosing.
Tips & Suggestions
Creativity is the main goal for this activity, there aren’t any limits.
Use a thesaurus to find different ways to use the words. Use related words too.
Anything can be written, but don’t forget that pictures and actions can tell a story too.
A story can be recorded with an audio/video device.
A great way to combine multiple recording methods is to narrate an illustrated story, and capture it all on an audio/video device so it can be enjoyed again later!
Play this activity inside or out!
If you need some inspiration, consider the following ideas:
Come up with game or activity that requires a balloon. Explain how it play or do it.
Learn how to juggle with balloons, socks, tissues, or something else. Record yourself.
Create a comedy routine that includes balloons or juggling. Record your antics to enjoy later on.
Draw on a personal experience about either of these words. Something you saw, felt, touched, heard, did, etc..
Be creative and have fun.