This study guide is designed to allow you to teach students a few cultural basics about South America all in Spanish by using vocabulary they already know. One page is about typical farms in the U.S. and you can draw, label and discuss the types of fruits, vegetables and grain grown there in addition to the animals used for wool.
Once you have a basis for understanding based on the U.S., you can work with students to complete the same information about Bolivia, introducing new foods, llamas/alpacas, etc. as needed.
I’ve had good luck using this as a culminating activity after teaching food vocabulary, and it’s a good scaffolding exercise for introducing culture in the language as students feel more confident with their understanding of the topics based on the U.S. side of the worksheet.