This might be fun to some, but I didn't believe kids should be coloring, especially until their hands hurt in kindergarten. Since learning social skills is an important part of preschool and kindergarten, I always used flexible and group projects. We never had fights or disagreements like the ones my daughter had in her preschools and kindergarten.
Making up a story, using our imaginations, we all worked together. We didn't lecture about sequencing. We just learned while we were having fun. I usually started the story, until the kids got familiar with how to tell a group story. In the beginning students might need some cues. My first story went like this:
STORY BEGINS: "We're going for a walk in the woods."
CUE: "Who shall we take?"
The answers might range from: "My mom." "Miss Frizzle." "A purple elephant." All answers are good. The more imaginative the better. Without a movie, pictures, television, a
smartphone, etc., the story is entirely in their imagination. They have to visualize the picture, the colors and so on.
CUE: "What will we take?"
CUE: "OH NO! I see something behind that bush. What is it?
The story can go on indefinitely, but there must be and order to the story and it must have an ending.