Double object pronoun practice with both statements (1 verb and 2 verb sentences) and commands (tú, Ud., and Uds.). 10 sentences mixed up between statements and commands to practice word order rules.
Students are guided step by step through identifying the direct object and the pronoun to replace it, the indirect object and the pronoun to replace, and more.
I typically discuss this work sheet as dissecting the sentence to put it back together again in a new way (or like puzzle pieces to make a new picture). Usually, I go through guided notes on double object pronouns and do a few of these items together with students. This year, for instance, we did #1 and #3 together and students were complete the rest of the odds for homework. We went over each of them in small groups and then as a class the next day before students were assigned to do the evens on their own.