This hilarious lesson has students replacing objects with DO pronouns in the present progressive. If they do it correctly a ridiculous mandato appears that they then say to another student in the class (the preview has examples of the prompts and the commands). If they get it wrong, they have to act out the command. It leads to students taking risks,producing progressives with DO pronouns, and reading regular and irregular mandatos for comprehension (dar, poner, hacer).
It works well for students of Spanish 2 or 3, and it sits well on its own, but can be used in conjunction with the grammar of Realidades 2 3b.