There are 5 identical standard bricks lying on the table. Your hand is large enough to wrap around one brick only. How can you lift all 5 bricks at once with just one hand? You cannot use any other items or assist with your body. This challenge can be completed in real life.
The criteria are a little unclear, so here are three possible solutions.
Firstly, you could set the first brick vertically, and stack the other bricks flat on top. This may be unstable, and gripping the bottom brick from the side may be hard.
Secondly, you could lay the first brick flat, and at each end stack the other bricks on their side. Gripping and lifting the lower brick from above should be no problem, but the stacked bricks might still be unstable.
Lastly, you could do the same as the previous, but stack the top two bricks crosswise, to form a kind of chimney. You should still be able to reach through and lift the bottom brick. The bottom brick could be put on its side if that is easier to grip and lift.
Simple, I just ...
make sure the bricks are evenly distributed and then I lift the entire table.
It helps that my table is one of these: Bricks weigh about 4.3 pounds and the actual pictured table here is about 17, so the whole load is about 40 pounds. A typical adult can easily grip and lift this by grabbing the center pole just below the tabletop.
Any suitably balanced light-weight table that can be safely lifted with one hand should work for this.