This is an information gap activity. There are two versions of the assignment. Students are meant to work in partners, and describe their monster in Spanish to their classmate, while their partner draws out the monster. Then it is the turn for the second student to describe while his/her partner draws.
Students will practice the body parts in Spanish, and use complete sentences with the support of sentence frame provided, and useful adjectives.
This is a fun and engaging activity that students really enjoy.
When doing this activity, I would recommend to first model the activity with he whole class. The teacher describes in Spanish a monster (different from the one the students will have) while the students draw the monster based on the description heard. Students enjoy finding out who drew the most accurate monster.