Ok, it’s been a while since I’ve been posting new pages. Been busy selling my house and writing 2 books. I’m back in business and starting a few new lapbooks. But I know you’re all anxiously waiting for more printables, so I didn’t want to keep you in suspense. I had to post something.
So here is a quick 2-page handwriting set with the classic lines of an elemental chant. I have a page for cursive and one for block printing.
I’m calling them “mythology marches” because I’m tired of tagging everything Pagan.
This is a little 3-page set of scavenger hunt lists for your usual outdoor walk in the woods (see a sample). The first page is a really simple elemental one for younger kids, and the other two include mythological references for the items.
Just a little added educational value. They’re not very long, so you could easily use both pages 1 and 2 on a single outing.
I know I haven’t been posting too much lately, mostly due to work constraints out here in the real world. Sorry about that. Here is a quick one-page printable to appease my loyal followers. I made this elements maze up a while ago and never finished doing an entire set. It’s in color but would print just fine in b/w too.
I hope to have my schedule back under control in about a week.
Get a little vocabulary work-out with this mixed bunch of acrostic puzzle pages. An acrostic is where you try to think of words that start with each letter of a given word, usually on a theme of some kind.
There are 4 general Pagan terms, then 4 for the elements and 4 for the directions for a total of 12 pages (see a sample).
This is a 4-page set of coloring pages that cover the 4 elements and what they represent. Some concepts are a little too intangible to really illustrate well for a young child to understand (how do I draw “ambition” or “emotions”), so it’s pretty simplistic. See a sample.
I’ll be doing a more in-depth look at the elements for older kids later, but this is a pretty good start to get them thinking about what the elements mean in a Pagan way.