This is a quick activity that helps lower level Spanish students practice their Spanish-language countries and capitals. It's a chance to move around, find a partner and a pairing activity using a "¿Quién es? Yo Soy..." format.
Each student receives a card that reads something like "YO SOY MADRID" on the top. Further down on the card there's a clue for the student to find his or her partner: "¿Quién es? Es la capital de..."
The answer, of course, is not Madrid. So that student (Student A) needs to go around the room asking (in Spanish) for the person who has the YO SOY México, D.F. card. Someone holding the "¿Quién es? Es la capital de España." card will be looking for student A. It's a simple 5 minute activity and can be applied to any vocabulary -- this is a particularly good exercise as students become more adept at the target language. You can write definitions in Spanish of their vocabulary words so that they get something more complex than maleta-suitcase. Instead, they're using the words "Una maleta es la cosa que se usa para llevar la ropa cuando se van de viaje."