I have decided to teach math mini lessons during the next 9 days of school before break. We took a math test today over multiplication and I don't want to get halfway through another chapter and then have to stop to go to holiday break. After consulting our title math teacher, we decided it would be fun to do small activities revolving around the holiday that still teach my state standards. I've come up with holiday themed graphs, probability lessons related to colored ornaments, geometry lessons in which students make christmas pictures out of construction paper shapes, and possibly symmetry with snowmen and snowflakes. This is for third grade...does anyone have any other ideas to add?