I use this speaking activity with my 3rd, 4th & 5th grade Spanish classes. The students love creating a silly map and I love that they are speaking a ton of Spanish asking where things are located!
First, students label the places in the city using city vocabulary: (la iglesia, la casa, la granja, el zoologico, la tienda, el apartamento, el cine, el parque, la biblioteca, el restaurante, el museo y la escuela).
Second, they choose three nouns (in Spanish) to place somewhere on their map (in a location box). So, for example, they could place the cheese in the library. They write these three nouns down for a partner.
Finally, they take turns asking their partner where the items might be located on the map. For example, "Is the cheese in the church?" First student to correctly find their partners three items is the winner!