This is a link for Pagan Word Searches https://web.archive.org/web/20041211005803/http://www.goddessmoon.org/pdf/ggwrdsrch.pdf
These pages are for you to print out. Than grab a favorite beverage and snack have a seat in your favorite place now relax and enjoy finding the words in these word searches!
Today’s fun is with Dragons.
Dragon with a Male Witch
Chinese Earth Dragon
This reminded me of an baby Dragon learning how to breath Fire.
With wings but no horn it is a Pegasus
With just one horn and no wings it is called a Unicorn
When you combine a Unicorn with a Pegasus you get a Unipeg which has one horn and wings.
Any Sabbat on the Wheel of the Year can be celebrated within the tradition that any Pagan choose to follow. The explanations below explain a little about the Celtic traditions as the different names on the Wheel of the Year are mostly Celtic names.
Lughnasadh or Lammas
This Sabbat is celebrated as the first or grain harvest. It is dedicated to the Celtic God Lughnasadh and usually it is bread that is made to honor him. You can also make rolls or pastries. It is celebrated on February 2nd in the Southern Hemisphere and on July 31st or August 1st in the Northern Hemisphere. I will be sharing a simple bread recipe sometime before Laughnasadh.
Imbolc or Candlemas
This Sabbat is celebrated by making candles, checking batteries in lights and smoke detectors. It is dedicated to the Celtic Goddess Brighid. There is a special cross you can make to represent this Goddess which I will post sometime before Imbolc. Its is celebrated on February 2nd in the Northern Hemisphere and on July 31st or August 1st in the Southerner Hemisphere.
Triple Goddess Symbol
Maiden is for a Waxing Moon, Mother is for the Full Moon, Crone is for the Waning Moon
Horned God Symbol
One of many names for him is The Green Man consort to the Triple Goddess
These words are used to wish someone you meet and talk to a positive life with many blessings in it. It can also be used to sign a letter or email or card of any kind.
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[Not just for Pagan children that are homeschooled but for any Pagan child)
The world of homeschooling is dominated by Christians, and the majority of online resources are Bible-based. For someone who is Pagan, it gets pretty frustrating to find great printables that aren’t filled with Bible scriptures or Christian phrasing. So I wanted to create a resource for all of us who are parents and/or homeschoolers who are following other spiritual paths.
My purpose is to create pages that can be mixed in with other resources to add some Pagan terminology, ideals and history so that people can teach their children something that is uniquely Pagan.
I also intend to have selections of nature-based and generically “spiritual” material that could be used by folks who aren’t really Pagan but want an option away from the Christian materials as well.
I know that the term “Pagan” covers a huge range of faiths and beliefs, and I hope that I can properly respect them all here. My own path is more Wiccan and you’ll tend to see more material along that slant (lots of altars, Sabbats and pentacles!). I’d welcome any comments or suggestions from other beliefs so that I can accurately cover them. I apologize in advance if I have included anything that is inaccurate about other religions. Feel free to let me know.
So, welcome to Little Pagan Acorns and I hope that there is something here to help with your Pagan homeschooling and parenting!
Little Pagan Acorns – Website for Pagan Children