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.
My next pantheon lapbook is done. This is a mix of mythology and Deities, to go along with any studies of ancient Egypt (from a Pagan standpoint or not).
There are about 10 pages in the pack, including several photos illustrating the final product (
see the file). As usual, you can rearrange the pieces anyway you want. This was just my design.
Nine Gods and Goddesses are included, as well as a little hieroglyphics flapbook, the riddle of the Sphinx, the legend of Isis and Osiris, and a little cartouche to draw your own “name”. You’ll have to do your own research to get the information though. This is strictly the lapbook pieces only.
Nothing complicated but a fun way to put together an introduction to the Egyptian pantheon. For older kids, you could try our Egyptian notebooking pages instead.
A set of mazes with an altar tool theme. The designs are pretty simple and each one has an illustration of a common altar tool. There are 7 pages in this set (see a sample).
They are all roughly the same level of difficulty, which isn’t all that hard but they may be a challenge for really little kids.
Another little set of organizing pages, with 4 variations on a weekly to-do list. I made these for myself and thought I’d share (see a sample).
There are 2 with a faint pentacle and 2 with a triquetra. Each one then has an entry at the bottom with the correspondences for that day, and one without. That makes a total of 4 combinations. Just take the one you like and print out a few.
They are not dated, so you can use them to keep track of your weekly plans whenever you need to. I’m using mine to map out my homeschooling tasks each week.
I thought these might be fun for bulletin boards or bedroom doors.
This set has 6 pages with a mix of expressions (see a sample). I couldn’t think of any more after that, but I hope to create more of these once I get some new ideas. I need to get my artistic muse going.
I left off my usual URL at the bottom of the pages so they are a little nicer to display once colored.
Moving on to our next pantheon, here is a 3-page set of Egyptian mythology crossword puzzles (see a sample)
I’ve used a mix of Egyptian Deity information as well as mythology and ancient Egyptian culture to keep the questions varied. The myths of Egypt tend to be quite varied, and have changed over the centuries making them a little less concrete than some other cultures. I did my best
And our next crossword pantheon is the Norse. There are 3 puzzles in this pack, each covering a mix of Gods, Goddesses and other Nordic mythology. I tried to stay away from the usual “What is this God or that God” type of questions (see a sample).
If you want other pantheons, click on the “crossword puzzles” link in the category column over there on the right.
Yes, I always seem to the do the Greek pantheon first. I guess I just know them the best. This is the first in a series though, so you can expect more pantheons of Deity crosswords in the next couple of weeks. Honest.
Just 3 puzzles in this batch, because clues are always tough for me to do. I hate just writing “Who is the God/dess of ________?” That’s boring. Here is my usual sample page.
The third puzzle is a tad blurry because it came out too large for the page and had to be shrunk. Let me know if its actually unreadable. Seems OK for me.
This is a mixed bag of activities and worksheets for the Sabbat of Imbolc.
It’s the usual collection as I’ve done for the other 7 Sabbats, with word searches, puzzles, mazes, handwriting practice, a recipe, and two coloring sheets that reflect the theme and meaning of this holiday (see a sample).