Great way to have fun reviewing or practicing whatever vocabulary your students are learning.
Blank spaces make this a great go-to activity that you can use any time. Students fill in the blanks with a current vocabulary word (in Spanish) in whichever order they want.
I cut out all of our vocabulary words and put them into a bowl. Pick out one word at a time and call it out in English. Students can mark words out with a pen/pencil/marker, or chips - if you have some. When students get 5 in a row, they call "Loteria!" I have students read off the words they have in Spanish, as I check to make sure I have actually called those words. This provides a good opportunity for students to practice saying the vocabulary in the target language. (I like to motivate students by giving the first 5 to get Bingo a piece of candy.)
You can play multiple games with one chart. (You can either use chips that can be cleared off or tell students to make small "x" marks in the corner the first time, and mark off the whole box the second time.)