This is a new index page specifically to help you find pages that are organized by pantheon instead of by type of page. So if you want all our various puzzles and worksheets for a specific pantheon, here is the place to be. I’ve got 4 different downloads for each pantheon, rather than have one huge one.
There is a link to the pages for a lapbook, a series of pantheon coloring pages, a collection of notebooking pages for more research, and then a combined mixed pack of worksheets and puzzles. This last one is about 20 pages long, and includes crosswords, jumbles, handwriting pages, mazes, word searches and more.
Since I can’t draw, and it’s too hard to make coloring pages with actual people, I’ve done a symbolic type of coloring page for 8 of the main Norse Deities. Kind of like my earlier pages on colors.
Each one has various smaller images that relate in some way to the Gods or Goddesses, not always as traits though.
You can learn more about each one by figuring out what the pictures represent (what’s that boat for Freyr about?).
Sorry, it’s been a while since any new printables have been posted. Working on a bigger project which should see the light of day soon.
At any rate, here is a little bundle of 4 word searches based on various mythological places (one each for Greek, Egyptian, Norse and Celtic).
I picked places from myth but sometimes they are just historic locations for that area. Basically a mix of location names associated with each Pagan culture. I think these would go nicely with the mythological creatures puzzles 🙂
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).
After seeing so many Bible-based pages that teach values, I figured there needed to be something more Pagan. I based these pages on the Norse 9 Noble Virtues, though I kept the explanations fairly simple for kids. Each one outlines the virtue along with a quote from the Havamal that illustrates the idea (see a sample).
Use them as handouts, or stick one on the fridge each week to learn a new value. I may repost these as half-pages later as well. Not sure.
Latest lapbook is all about the Norse pantheon and their mythology.
There are 9 pages I think, including some photos of the completed lapbook that you can use as a guide but that don’t need to be printed out. Pieces for 8 major Deities, a tabbed book on the story of Ragnarok, some mythological animals, the 9 noble virtues and a diagram of Yggdrasil that you can label with the various realms.
Just cut out all the bits, fold them up and arrange them as you want on a file folder. Fill in all the pieces with info you learn on the Norse Gods & Goddesses. Click on the image to see and download the file.
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.
I got the urge to do this one after finishing those notebooking pages on the Norse pantheon.
This is a 16-page set of printables to introduce kids to the runes and give them a chance to learn and practice the symbols and meanings (see a sample).
The package has a story on how Odin found the runes, how to make your own set and how to read them. There is a chart with all the symbols and their meanings, including a blank one to fill in for practice later. Also, a crossword and a symbol jumble puzzle. I think that’s all.
*update – I’ve added another 3 sheets of handwriting practice sheets to learn how to write the symbols.
I’d suggest using this along with some practice time with an actual rune set, to get familiar with the meanings and how to interpret them in real life.
I know I’ve done a set of these recently, but it was bugging me that only some pantheons were available. Now my collection is a bit more complete with this Norse set. Check on the rest of the notebooking pages if you’re interested.
There are 11 major Norse Gods & Goddesses, each with lots of open space for taking notes about their roles and stories. The space at the top is for a quick outline of what that Deity represents. The illustrations are all classic b&w depictions of the Deities (see a sample).