I came across this nifty item on a plane to London last year. The Irish game has three versions, and thanks to eBay, I have them all. I like to mix and match them, though I like the ACTIONS set best. I use them in my class room, both for English and Drama.
Here’s an example of a little story I came up with for fun.
Now it’s YOUR turn!
Here is a photo of a roll of Rory’s story cubes. Write a story using the first row as the beginning, the middle row as the development point of your story, and the bottom row as the end of the story.
Interpret each cube to mean whatever you want. For example, ss the lock a literal lock, or is it a prison? a riddle? an obstacle? a place of security? a lock of hair? an opportunity?
In case you can’t make them out, the images are as follows:
closed lock, an abacus, masks of comedy and tragedy
an upward facing arrow, a rainbow with one cloud, someone sleeping
dice, a bed, a shooting star
Post your results in the comment section below! 🙂