This activity is a good way to get students to reread the same story several times in a more enjoyable way. Prepare the game by taking several sentences from a story and putting the sentences out of order on a piece of paper. Have the students cut the sentences into strips. Once everyone has done this, give them the signal to start. They must then put the sentences in the correct order. When they are finished they check with the person next to them to see if they have put the sentences in the same order. If so, they stand up, but it not they must work together to come up with the same answers. After everyone has finished, you can read through the sentence strips together to make sure everyone has them in the correct order.
You can stop there, or extend the game by writing a new sentence on the board. Then students must move their strips apart to make space where they think the most logical place for the new sentence is. After you have done a few of these sentences, give students 3 strips each of pink paper and have them write their own sentences on them and insert them at the appropriate place in the story. Finally, have them take those 3 sentences out and swap with another student, then place the new sentences into their story.
Source: Cynthia Hitz, TPRS with Spanish 1