Students must determine which of the four items listed is the odd one out (doesn't belong).
I usually use these cards during ALD/ELD when students are practicing their oral language/justification skills. I mark each corner of the classroom with A B C and D, and they move to the corner for the item they believe is the odd one out. Then, they explain their thinking with a partner and share out.
This is also just a great sponge activity that involves kids of all levels.
The great part about this 'game' is that there is no right answer, in fact, I often challenge my students to come up with reasons why each item in the set is the odd one out. They LOVE it!