Stretch students’ thinking skills by having them group items by common attributes. Gather 10 or more objects and pictures, making sure to include items that share at least one attribute with another object in the collection.
For example , you might include several items that are used to attach things together…
One told me ‘frat’ and then I examined that He, She, Them, then all of them, used the world ‘frat’ to connect themselves with something I did not want to be part of.
We have the common ‘white’ car of an idea we are together. And witch and sicario together to a common cause and payroll. And we form a collective to accomplish a purpose with a founder and CEO and then we think nothing can stop us or nobody.