Bring in a tray with about twenty random items to class. (Rubber band, comb, fork, an eraser, flower, pencil, rock, Band-Aid, etc.) Pass the tray around, or set the tray in the middle of the circle and allow kids to observe the tray for about one minute. Then take the tray away and have the kids list as many objects as they can remember on a sheet of paper. For younger children, have them take turns one at a time naming items.
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