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.
A bit more of an academic study this time, with a collection of biographies of important people in modern Paganism.
It’s a 22-page package that covers a brief bio of 9 significant Pagans and Wiccans. There are bio pages, book lists for each person, and also a page of good quotes. I have also made up a couple of question sheets to reinforce what’s been read and to encourage a little further thinking.
No puzzles or coloring pages with this set, so it’s more geared towards older kids (or even adults?) who are looking for a study unit.
I am actually starting on a new unit study about several notable Pagan people, but I thought I would toss these out there in the meantime. If you are doing any work on the current state of Paganism in the world, then getting to know some important names would fit right in.
It has a clear Wiccan bias, but I thought that all of these people still played a valuable part in bringing non-mainstream spirituality to the public.
I admit, these are a little less “fun” than most of my other puzzles, but I couldn’t get the idea out of my head to do this topic right now.