We make stories about everything. A scientific experiment is a narrative. Sex is a narrative. Putting your shoes on in the morning — if you have shoes — is a narrative. Certainly, politics and religion are narratives. Some of our oldest narratives/histories are carried/buried/alluded to in work songs and historical children’s games. Communally created, culturally specific, mutable, not owned by any one person; they are open source truths. What will the children’s games of the future be? In a world where children’s games are brightly colored things made of molded plastic that you buy in a store, many people’s work no longer involves hard physical labor, and social communication means Twitter or Tumblr, what communal stories will our primal need for narrative create? In this workshop, participants will use social media and digital tools to create their own communal play songs and games of the future.