Make the Connection

John Muir wrote, “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.” This is your group's chance to make a connection between two seemingly unrelated items.

For instance:

Make a connection between power and a book

• If the power goes out, you can't read a book at night.
• Knowledge (from a book) is power.
• It takes electrical power to print a book.

Ready to try one of your own?

Make a connection between leaves and a car

How many connections can your group make in two minutes? Share your clever answers via the comments button below.

Have fun!

4 comments:

Anonymouph said...

When a car full of people arrives around dinner time, you'll have to put the extra leaves in your dining table. :0)

Brad said...

Leaves can turn carbon dioxide from a car into oxygen.

Jody M. said...

Leaves fall from trees.
Trees need dirt to grow.
There is a lot of dirt on my car.

Kris said...

Oh, you guys are good! Keep 'em coming.