Growing Up Pagan: A Workbook for Wiccan Families

Growing Up Pagan A Workbook for Wiccan Families Finally a children s workbook designed for Pagan families Rich exciting stories to read together and discuss as well as activities to reinforce lessons in a fun way Chock full of puzzles games my

  • Title: Growing Up Pagan: A Workbook for Wiccan Families
  • Author: Raine Hill
  • ISBN: 9780764331435
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finally, a children s workbook designed for Pagan families Rich, exciting stories to read together and discuss, as well as activities to reinforce lessons in a fun way Chock full of puzzles, games, mythology, beautiful illustrations, and Pagan symbols, this workbook teaches the basic Wiccan belief system Let this be a family affair, with parents, older siblings, and youFinally, a children s workbook designed for Pagan families Rich, exciting stories to read together and discuss, as well as activities to reinforce lessons in a fun way Chock full of puzzles, games, mythology, beautiful illustrations, and Pagan symbols, this workbook teaches the basic Wiccan belief system Let this be a family affair, with parents, older siblings, and young children taking part in a something for everyone Pagan experience A teaching tool for Pagan families, or others wanting to teach their children diversity.

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    1. For a review of this book, please visit paganwiccan.about/b/2009/03/0(Now for a shameless self-promotion)Finally! A full-color (inside and out!)workbook for Wiccan children. This book has stories of mythology, teaches how to build a My First Altar, Morning and a Nighttime Blessing and is chock full of crosswords, word seeks, drawing activities to learn about Pagan symbols, a final Test and Certificate of Achievement, plus lots more! You have to see this book to fully appreciate its asthetic as w [...]

    2. I liked the myths and the setting up an altar activity. What I didn't like was that the eight sabbats were mentioned with a promise of explanation, yet only 5 were explained.Still, it seems like a good resource.

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