Welcome to the Little Pagan Acorns site, with printables for Pagan homeschoolers. Word searches, puzzles, mazes, worksheets, craft ideas are more are all on their way for anyone looking for an alternative to the prevalent Christian homeschooling world.
Even if you’re not a Pagan homeschooling parent, you can use lots of these pages to keep your kids amused and to teach them a little bit about various Pagan paths and pantheons.
For anyone doing a study on stones or crystals, including their magickal attributes, these printables are great for anyone into notebooking. Great for homeschooling or to be added to a growing BOS volume.
There are 24 pages, showing 23 common stones used in rituals and a blank page you can print out multiple times to make your own sheets (see a sample)
The images are in color, but will print out fine if you are doing black and white. If you are printing in b/w, I suggest letting kids look through the pictures on the computer so they can see the true look of the stones. Without color, they’re all kind of going to look alike.
Figured I’d do some “generic” Pagan crosswords, without any real theme to any of them. I think these are a little tougher than my usual puzzles, and might need some adult help.
I tried doing more riddle-style clues instead of the usual question/answer, which means you have to think a little bit more.
Anyway, there are 3 pages in this little printable set (see a sample).
Ok, it took me more than 2 years but I finally got the second bunch of these fact family flash cards done, this time for multiplication and division. There is an earlier set already done for addition and subtraction, for younger kids just getting into math.
There is a longer explanation on the page about how these work if you’re not familiar with fact families. You can use these cards to memorize each family, up to 10×10.
I thought I would try my hand at drawing some mazes myself, and it’s a tough job! I hope you like these, cuz there won’t be any more. Ok, well I might do more if people rave and tell me how wonderful they are
There are 3 maze pages in this set, one pentacle, one triquetra and one ankh. With the triquetra maze, you have to choose which path to start from. You need to get to the center for all three.
Difficulty? I dunno. They’re not that hard, but my 11-year old daughter got stumped with the pentacle one for a bit.
Not exactly sure where I was going with these, but someone asked for more pages for early readers, and this is what you get. I wrote up 3 Pagan-themed poems for kids, each one highlighting a certain combination of letters.
There is a poem for “ch”, “tr” and “th”.
Not sure if these will help with learning to read, but they were fun to write
If this is what folks want, I will do more with other letter combos.
A longer package than usual, with a 24-page set of printables on the Muses. It’s a unit study to explore creativity following the theme of the 9 Greek Muses.
There are 9 pages illustrating the Muses, with their roles and traits. Along with that are a list of suggested activities that go along with them. They are very loose suggestions and you can adapt them to suit your interests. To help, I’ve include another 14 pages to go with the activities. There are craft templates, poems to read or perform, blank sheets for research or whatever.
Do one activity per Muse, or tackle them all. Might be some fun inspiration for summer activities over the holiday.
Still slogging away at the latest set of printables so I thought I’d do a book giveaway to keep things fresh. I have a practically new copy of ABC Book of Shadows by Katie Lydon Olivares. It’s a bright and colorful boardbook for little Pagan kids to learn the alphabet. Click through and scroll down past the pics for the entry box.
You can earn entries by visiting our Facebook page or following us on Twitter. Your email alone doesn’t create an entry, sorry.
A new set of bookmarks for some summer reading. I made the Bast one for my daughter a while ago, and thought of a few other puns to go along with it. This is just a single page PDF with 4 small bookmarks on it to cut out. Can you tell we’re big readers in our house?
I’m trying to expand a bit to cover non-Pagan topics, but with a Pagan touch. For when you want to do learning or projects on other topics without having to dodge Bible verses.
This is a simple lapbook on rainbows that is designed for fairly young kids, with mostly coloring options inside, but older kids could write instead. Learn about colors, rainbows and related mythology. There is even a little rainbow poem about the Goddess.
There are further instructions in the pack, along with more photos on how it can look. Feel free to get creative with your arranging of the bits and pieces though.