The teacher divides up his or her classroom into small groups of about four to five students and then gives each small group either a handful of objects or 3 to 4 pictures of objects. Then the instructor asks the students to improve their collection by finding additional pictures, collecting additional objects or by drawing additional suggestions. Give each group class time, a visit to the library, a visit to a computer lab, or additional drawing paper with drawing tools to complete the assignment. Give students a generous amount of time to complete this icebreaker activity. After the students have improved their collection, share their results with the rest of the class and have a constructive discussion about their choices. Give students time enough to explain why they chose to improve the collection with the items they either discovered or imagined.