Students have to arrange rooms according to directional clues. Print the floorplan on different colored cardstock and laminate them so that they are easier to work with. This activity is a bit challenging, but all of my students stayed on task and worked well collaboratively to solve it. Afterwards, students can change up the layout and write new clues as a follow-up activity.
Four corners activity: incorporating movement is an effective way to teach Spanish vocabulary and common Spanish grammatical structures with kids learning Spanish. http://lugarparapensar.wordpress.com/2014/09/24/four-corners-take-vocabulary-practice-out-of-the-classroom/
AsíSeHace.net is a free website from the Spanish Department at Nottingham High School with lots of interactive exercises to help you learn Spanish. Although this website is specifically designed to help GCSE and A Level students, it would be useful to absolutely anyone learning Spanish.