This activity includes 16 large images of manmade or natural landmarks of the Spanish-speaking world that are each cut in half. Teachers can use these pictures in many ways. The directions are included in this set and the names of each picture are included (directions and place names are at the end of the document). Option 1: Print these pictures out in color, cut each half of the image out and glue them onto cardstock or heavy paper. Then, laminate the pictures for durability. As an icebreaker activity, hand out the halves of the images to students when they walk in your classroom. The class goal is to have all images returned to their "whole" state instead of halves. This involves students being mobile and interacting. You can make a "no English rule" if you would like to. Option 2: Use the laminated cards to randomly pair students together for pair activities or projects. I learned this idea at a conference on teaching foreign languages. They had post cards that they used, but those are expensive to obtain. **I would like to stress that these images are not perfectly symmetrical , that's not my area of expertise, but these will be more than fine for the purposes listed above.