My Spanish 3/4 class worked on their "Mapa Grande de España" with a sub while I was gone on vacation. (I don't have any Spanish-speaking substitutes, so when I'm absent for an extended period of time, I rely on culture/geography activities.) Here's a picture:
Please kindly ignore Andorra's absence... It had gone MIA when I snapped the photo.
I've done this with all levels. Spanish 1 does a Big Map of Mexico, Spanish 2 focuses on Central America, and Spanish 3/4 do either Spain or South America depending on the year.
This takes some time at first because you have to trace the map and cut out the templates; however, one year in a bind, I just put up a map on the SMARTboard and the kids traced their countries right off the board without a template.
Do you do any similar activities in your room? It's simple, but I think my students' geography skills and knowledge leave so much to be desired, I feel it's worth the time. I always get a kick out of how the Spanish 1 students have such a hard time wrapping their head around the fact that Mexico has states, for some reason. :)