1 The flip book.
You can probably get the idea from the photo alone.
I owe this idea to Jeni Smith who used this with her UEA writers in October 2014. I've since used it with teachers and pupils. It breaks the ice by creating unexpected connections which amuse and fire the imagination. It reassures those who doubt their 'creativity'.
To make 30 flip books, simply take 30 pieces of A4 paper in assorted colours.
Cut paper into four equal horizontal 'widths', shuffles and assemble four-leaf (8-page) booklets.
To hold them, tightly multi-fold the 'spine' (as in photo), or staple.
This format provides many ways of playing with language combinations. (cf Nick Sharatt's 'Do you want ketchup on your cornflakes?')
I think you can make up your own.