I've done this before but the link to Gail Lovely's website doesn't work any more.
Fear not, I've found a new site "downloadable cootie catchers" with a link here
You can do this in pretty much any subject, too, not just MFL.
These are examples of the ones I made with my German GCSE a couple of years ago.
They help with speaking in that students can work in pairs to practise possible questions they may get in their speaking exam.
Each of my lesson titles is a question which students will be able to answer by the end of the lesson.
I also made an animated gif to show students how to make them: