Nearly the whole room raised their hands and someone spoke up that white was the only choice. It was at this point that one of the students showed us that he had taken the directions quite literally and "built" his person out of bricks. We continued on through the multitude of choices including whether or not they were holding things in their hands and what those things were. They were learning in a very hands on and interactive way that it was possible for everyone to follow directions and get very different results. From there we continued on to setting. They had to use only what was in the box to create a setting for the "me" that they had created. After a few minutes they shared with their elbow partners what they had constructed and how it fit. This was a short activity that the kids really liked and learned more than they expected to when I started passing out the boxes. They didn't really want to take things apart and many posted about it on ClassDojo.
That's Elementary Explains is a teacher with almost 2 decades of teaching experience and a technology degree who is still trying to figure out the new and unexplained.