An interactive notebook is a great tool to use in class with students that need to fidget. Gives them something constructive to do with their hands.
I like to start the interactive notebooks the first day of school. The first page students will write "índice" and number each page after the index. As the days go by, they will add to the index. For page # 1 on the index they will simply write "reglas para la clase de español". It's also a good idea to print the rules and display them in the classroom on each side of the board.
For the first day of school, students will work on the rules for Spanish class using the interactive notes. Student will paste the rules on the left side of their note books and on the right side they will paste the boxes with specific actions.
I usually have students discuss with the class what it means to respect themselves and others. Then they write each action in the box provided and paste onto the right side of their notebooks. Many students like to make a collage with the boxes. If time permits, they may color them in.
Although this seems like an appropriate activity for middle school, it also works well with the high school students.