I found this cute and fun symmetry activity in a mailbox magazine. All you do is pick out 4 different Christmas shapes. I chose a snowman, tree, snowflake, and gingerbread man. I used our die cuts and cut them out on white paper. I talked to the students about how both sides have to be the exact same. Then I handed out the shapes and had the students fold them in half. Then I had them trace over the fold with a black crayon. They glued the shapes on construction paper that they divided into 4 equal pieces. Then they decorated their shapes.
They had a lot of fun with this activity. They also loved that it was Christmas themed. They felt like they were doing more of a craft than a math lesson. This is one I will do each year!