I’ve always tried to include a mix of different Pagan paths, but have fallen into a bit of a rut with the usual Greek, Egyptian, Norse and Celtic groups. So I wanted to get some input on what other pantheons or cultures you’d like to see included. Click through to my new poll, and offer up some suggestions.
It’s a billion degrees at my house so forgive my lack of wittiness. I’m too darn hot.
I think this is about 50 pages long, with 5 recipes for each of the eight Sabbats.
The intention is that you can print out the pages you need any time through the year, so they’re done in my usual b/w graphic style (download Sabbat recipes cookbook). It’s written with kids in mind.
There is a mix of sweets, drinks and main course foods in this so you should be able to find the right recipe for your next Sabbat feast.
Been awhile since I gave anything away, so here we go.
This is a handmade pillow in the shape of the classic Nile Goddess. I don’t know the measurements off-hand but you can get a sense of the size as the picture is against my couch cushions. The stuffing at her shoulders is a little loose so her arms don’t stand up on their own. My daughter had this on her bed for years and I want Her to go to a new home (the pillow not my daughter). Keep reading to enter.
I have a little giveaway going on the Little Pagan Acorns Facebook page. It should be the top post on the timeline.
I’m giving away a little craft set to make your own Pagan building blocks. The blocks aren’t included, but you can use the symbol cut-outs to make a set of 12 cute building blocks that are perfect for Pagan kids.
Just a little note to say that I’ve updated our Rune Unit Study to include another 3 pages of “handwriting practice” pages. Rather than post them alone and have the unit split up, I’ve added them to the existing PDF. So if you want these pages, you’ll have to download the whole unit and just print out the new pages.
Just a little notice that there is a new online games section to the site. You can see a new menu item up along the top.
We just have some online coloring pages and Hangman at the moment, but they are both working and I hope to expand on this aspect of the site in the future, mainly more coloring pages (just one so far). So stay tuned to more interactive options around here. And some new printables soon.
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.