So I like to do volleyball reading every once in awhile to get the kids up out of their seats and to interact with one another but still practicing what we're doing.
A nice way to do this is volleyball translation. I tweak it slightly to make it seem new. but the idea is the same.
Person A reads a sentence in Spanish.
Person B translates the sentence into English.
Person B reads the next sentence in Spanish.
Person A translates the sentence into English.
In my class I often do it as an additional pass of a reading we've already done (or that will be relatively simple for them).
But I like to give instructions to my students in Spanish whenever possible, because life's too short!
Here's something I came up with that might help.
*feel free to use it in your class if you would like. I drew the objects so you have my permission to use it to explain volleyball reading. Obviously, I noticed there were fewer problems when I did this than usual (for understanding expectations).
If you would like to change the language for your own classes / download a copy, click on the "google slides" part near the bottom and it should take you to the google doc, where you can download it through the "file" menu.'