On my FaceBook page (Picante Practices) I post humorous and provocative photos about twice a week with suggestions for what levels they might be appropriate in your Spanish class as a class opener. Every so often, I take those photos (11 today), with one big change, and package them here so that you can have them at the ready.
The difference between those pics on my page and what's here is that I have organized the photos by level and have taken several hours to carefully construct level-appropriate questions for level 1, 2, and 3 students. With minimal bother to you, you can simply copy and paste these realia and their questions into your lesson for the day, and give your students something to do for the 5-10 minutes you may need to take roll, check homework, take up forms, and the other "d and r" stuff teachers have on their plates.
For Spanish 3 teachers, you can simply print out everything here EXCEPT the first and last slides as handouts and you have emergency sub plans ready to go. Some Spanish 2 teachers might be able to do this, too, depending on how advanced the students are.
Topics covered include restaurants and food, hobbies and pastimes, Halloween/Day of the Dead imagery, money, fashion, health, and going to the doctor. The most advanced grammar includes the imperfect subjunctive and the conditional.