Here is an easy activity to incorporate into a Spanish unit on food. Students can use this as the introduction to Spanish fruits (may be used with access to dictionary), or, if they have already learned the vocab, it is (hopefully) an engaging consolidation activity. The file includes the solution & the same activity at an easy, intermediate & difficult level. I teach four classes of the same year group/grade, however one class will rise to the challenge, whilst another class readily give up, so they will complete an easier version. If students get to a point that they are stuck, they can 'buy' a letter (using whatever 'currency' you may use in a classroom, or if you choose to make it competitive, perhaps they can take a time-penalty)
The third column is for the English translation, but if you prefer to stay entirely in the target language, have students draw a picture of the fruit there :-)
* The file is in Word form, so you can alter it as desired. The fruits I've used were generated by my students, you may find you prefer to incorporate other fruits depending on where in the world you are. Hopefully the formatting doesn't look like a mess once downloaded - if its a problem, add it to the comments & I'll change it to pdf version. I have used the Spanish vocab where there may be a regional difference (Spain/Latin America) eg. melocoton instead of durazno (& if you find an error you can fix it... but I've checked it, I think its ok)
* I haven't included accents in this code, so go through it with your students afterwards.
* If your syllabus requires you to also cover literacy/numeracy outcomes, you might use this to 'tick off' meta-mathematical skills