Creativity Center

Explore tools to spark meaningful engagement!
Click on a prompt and share your response
by audio, image or words.
Share with family, or invite them to create with you.

Have a Gentle Conversation

Images and questions to inspire a brief poetic exchange. 


Ask a Beautiful Question

Inspire someone to think a little differently - with no right or wrong answers.


Make Up a Story

Our classic creative storytelling - you can say anything.


Do a Mini-Project

You can do these - no kidding. Even if you swear you are not creative.


Explore the World

Coming soon! We are gathering creative prompts from museums and artists around the world.


Stories of Impact

Share a story with us about the power of creative engagement.



Prepare for inspiration.

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Many religions across the world compel us to...

You can give them a fruit basket,casseroles, cake and flowers.Also, you could give them a card that says welcome to the area.Hug them, shake their hands, introduce yourself and tell them your name and ask...(Read More)

What does it mean to be a hero? Who is a hero...

Josie--A hero is someone who takes care of you. Someone who takes you places like her daughter. If Josie could have a super power it would be to be super nice. People would appreciate Super Nice. Or, she would be...(Read More)

If you could have a super power, what would it...

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If you are older, today's children can be like...

By the storytellers at St. Ann Center, Bucyrus Campus.Bob: Are they enjoying themselves?Joyce: Do you need a job and do you have a trade line of work?Pam: Do you enjoy yourself? Do you have a boyfriend?June: What...(Read More)

Many religions across the world compel us to...

Say Hi!My name is.......Your's is?Nice to meet you, Have you been here before?If I can help you, please let me know!I know a little bit, about a lot of things here-but, I don't know enough about you. I assume...(Read More)

Try really listening to your neighborhood. What...

by the Storytellers and Jackson CrossingsDing, ding, ding! Hey!Lots of kids.Up a tree.All of a sudden people coming. "Oh, that's us!"Complicated games after the evening meal.Baseball.
Storytellers at St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care-Bucyrus CampusLoria: Love unconditionally.Tamara: She keeps secrets and doesn't gossip.Litisha: Got to be best friend.MJ: You can tell them anything and...(Read More)

Many religions across the world compel us to...

Joyce--Say "Hello. How you doing? What's your name?" Eva--You don't just go up to people who could be murderers.Josie--By smiling and talking to them.Allie--Did it too many times. Welcome to cut...(Read More)

Think of a game you played as a child. Can you...

Hide and Seek. Hop Scotch. Jumping rope. Volley Ball. Jacks.Kickball. Dodgeball - different rules. It was a free for all. you got to knock people around.Ring Around the Rosy - Singing and then "Boom"London Bridge...(Read More)

It might be very simple. It might be complex....

Good health and better teeth. I'd be happy if I could walk.We can be kinder to each other, to our fellow man. A wish for everyone.Pat wishes for a horse as she holds onto her card from the miniature pony day....(Read More)
Our Favorite Stories:
Socorro Bonnie Richard is from Mexico City. Socorro is a fan dancer. Money is in her fans. With groans in the backyard, she does footwork rhythms says¡OLÉ!happily. But after she is unhappy. She lost a partner. Now she has no-one to dance...(Read More)
There's two mice,a cat, and a fish. I think one might be a squirrel. I see a mouse with a hat on, a cat with a hat on, and a fish in front of him. The big one is a squirrel and the small one is a mouse. He says, "look what I caught." A...(Read More)
Bob is delivering the mail. Its wintertime, maybe its Christmas. The wreath looks like a Christmas wreath. Bob is happy, he has a smile on his face. He is bringing cards and packages to John and Silvia. They live in Troy, New York at the...(Read More)