Rather than repeat myself about all our various files and documents, I figured I should lay out the details in one place. So here goes.
All the files available here at Little Pagan Acorns are in PDF format, which is the easiest way to share files so that the formatting stays true no matter who downloads them. Most computers have built-in PDF readers, but if you don’t have one you can download a free viewer from Adobe.
The posts here are designed so that you can click on the image and it will link to the file for download. Each post also includes a sample page that you can use to see an example before you download the pack.
Most of the printables are bundled up by topic or theme, but once you have the file downloaded, you can print any of the pages that you wish. In other words, you don’t have to print the entire set.
Since this whole project is just starting, there is a bare minimum of pages to choose from. But I am numbering pages anyway, even when there is only one. I hope that will help me (and you) keep things somewhat straight when I have dozens or hundreds of a certain printable available.
And a note on age-appropriateness. I really have no idea what ages these pages are going to be suitable for, particularly the puzzles. Pagan words aren’t always the easiest which might make them tough for younger kids but it depends on the child. So you will have to use your own judgment about when and where to use these printables in your homeschooling or other activities.
I hope that makes using our files a little easier, and I hope that our collection of unique Pagan pages is helpful to a few people.