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).
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.
Test your herbal knowledge with a few new crossword puzzles.
This is a 5-page set, with the first 2 pages being a little simpler than the others (they’re from my earlier Herb Unit Study, so you may recognize them).
The other 3 are harder, and better for older kids (or adults) who are ready to do a little research if necessary (see a sample).
Just 3 pages in this bundle. I may do more to highlight each Sabbat individually, but it’s hard coming up with short one-word entries since not everyone associates the same things with each day.