I try to choose process driven activities for kindergarten that afford lots of choice and problem solving. This is when are kiddos are so creative and we cannot hinder that by forcing them to create pre-fabricated projects. Here, they manipulated paper to make their own playgrounds.
Normally, I wouldn't use print-out people for them to color, but it was a last minute request from a few students, so i thought, why not? The objective of the lesson was to manipulate paper to make it stand up, not draw people. That's for another day!