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.
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).
Get to know the months of the year with this new 12-page set of printables (see a sample).
Basic info on each month of the year, with a Pagan slant, is included in each page: where the name comes from, how many days, what sabbats are in that month and what full moon’s are called in each month.
Great to pin up on the fridge or bulletin board each month for younger kids learning about the year.
These would work nicely together with the days of the week pages for calendar displays.
I have a set of 5 printable Yule cards, ready to be colored in. You fold each page into quarters, and the image should sit nicely on the cover. Some have a message on the inside, and some are blank (see a sample).
Some are kind of cute (at least I think so), and the others are simpler. It’s an nice option if you want a more Pagan-themed card for the season. They’re based on Yule or the solstice as the holiday.
My annual set of printable Pagan calendar sheets are up and ready for 2015. As usual, there are 12 pages and each month shows the full moon dates and relevant Sabbats. Lots of space in the squares for writing in notes and appointments (see a sample).
And by popular demand, I’ve added a second set for the southern hemisphere that has the seasonal references and Sabbats reversed.
I plan on doing another set of these in a few days, to include other date information like major national holidays. I know I’ve said that before, but I mean it this time (they’re done!). So if you want one that has things like Mother’s Day and Labor Day, click here.
A different kind of printable coloring sheet for Sabbats and seasons: decorative flags or buntings. There is 24 pages to this set, with 1 each for the Sabbats and then a mix of seasonal designs that you can print in whatever combination floats your boat (see a sample).
You cut each one out, and fold the little flap at the top so you can hang them from a long string or piece of yarn. I think they are a fun way to decorate for the Sabbats or just to honor the seasons.
This is a mixed bag of activities and worksheets for the Sabbat of Imbolc.
It’s the usual collection as I’ve done for the other 7 Sabbats, with word searches, puzzles, mazes, handwriting practice, a recipe, and two coloring sheets that reflect the theme and meaning of this holiday (see a sample).
It’s that time of year again. I have the latest Sabbat pack of mixed pages done for Yule. Since most mainstream Christmas stuff is all Pagan anyway, this is one of those holidays when it’s easy to find stuff. Even so, I have put this together because I love doing these.
There are 9 pages (see a sample) with the usual mix of word puzzles, coloring sheets, handwriting pages, a maze, a craft idea and a Yule recipe.
Since Samhain is the one Pagan Sabbat that is widely celebrated in a more-or-less authentic manner, finding printables isn’t too hard. But if you’d rather some puzzles and coloring sheets that actually say Samhain instead of Halloween, it’s a little harder.
So here is my usual mix of Sabbat pages, with some word puzzles, a maze, a recipe, some coloring sheets, handwriting practice and more (see a sample).