To fill this void, I have begun compiling cartoons, videos, and other listening passages for students!
How to use listening activities
I find it is best to differentiate these tasks by assigning them for homework. Some kids only need to listen once, while other kids need three or four times. By assigning one or two activities a night, students can work at their own pace, and they get the added benefit of hearing Spanish outside of the classroom as well! High achievers aren't bored, and nobody is stressed out that the teacher will only play it twice. We go over the answers in class and then add up each activity's points at the end for an overall listening grade. I will admit that most kids get an A on the assignment because I let them listen as many times as they need, but in my opinion, that's OK. I'd rather them get the extra repetitions if they need it and hope they build up their ears as time goes on!