I like to do this activity as a warm-up after a break. I got this activity from this website. It is a quick warm-up, and it gets our brains back into school and Spanish. I write the word “Constantinople” as an acronym (I write each letter on one line on the left side of the page). Then the students have to come up with a word that starts with each letter in Spanish. This could be done in any language. I normally allow them to work in partners as well. Sometimes we make this into a contest, and we see who can complete the word first. You could also see who writes words that no one else repeats. Depending on the class, I may limit them and tell them that they can only use one month or one number etc. You could also choose more culturally appropriate names like the name of a city or country.