Sequence by Movement
Begin by identifying the various types of movements in your photography: hands up in some fashion, sitting, jumping or other major movements, eye contact, booty-popping, whatever.
Grouping your movements by theme and/or intensity will be very helpful. From here, you can go in many different directions. Again, think about the story you want to tell. Keep similar shots together here and there but also definitely mix it up.
Sometimes you can even create motion within a sequence. A person could be pointing in the direction of the following photograph or two photographs could be facing each other with subjects kicking, "looking," or anything-ing in each other's direction. Get creative with it. A lot can be said with movement.