This includes a lesson plan for teaching this lesson, the foldable template, and a list of sensory/imagery words. The lesson uses guided imagery (visualization) for students to take a trip from a sidewalk to the house at the end of the street. Along the way the "narrator" has to use his senses to experience the journey.
A few activities that I've used with this:
Plot: I used this to emphasize the climax of a story. I give students enough of the story and they have to add the resolution.
Imagery: Students use sensory details to describe what they see, hear, taste, smell, etc.
Prepositional Phrases: Students must include various prepositional phrases (along the path, inside the door, near the fence, across the street, up the steps, etc)
This is a tactile activity if students use the foldable template to paste in a writer's notebook or they can just the graphic organizer to organize their thoughts.
I found a similar lesson like this years ago where students were asked to add onto this story, but I've drastically changed the lesson to match the description above.