Resources for Pagan Youth Index
For Pagan Children | For Pagan Teens
For Pagan Teens
To be honest, most Pagan Teens will find just about everything on our web site of possible interest. We do have two special boards in our forum for teens: the Teen Pagans SIG and the College Pagans SIG. These special boards are for teen members of our message board to discuss issues that affect them with their peers and with adult members of our message board who still remember what it was like to be a teen. Teens will also want to look at our Teens and Paganism FAQ.
For Pagan Children (and Parents)
The Cauldron has a number of articles and other resources for Pagan parents to use with their children.
The Cauldron has reviewed over 300 books and tarot decks, including a few especially useful to Pagan parents or are written especially for Pagan children.
Many of the books reviewed in the Fiction area of our Book Reviews section are written for children or teens.
Earth Mother Stories
Elspeth Sapphire's Earth Mother series of stories
A web version of the column Janessa Hall writes on Pagan crafts for children for a local Pagan newsletter.
Lessons and Teaching Materials
Samples of lessons and teaching materials for Pagan children's groups
Original children's stories with a Pagan feel. Some were created by Pagan parents, others by Pagan children.
- Armadillo by Daven and his daughter
- Hawk by Daven and his daughter
- Mouse by Daven and his daughter
- Owl by Daven and his daughter
- A Child's Book of Wicca by Daven and Theresa
From the introduction: "This is a book designed for any Wiccan attempting to raise a child or children in the Craft. It is a collection of stories designed to introduce a five to eight year old to the basics of our religion." This link is to a zip file containing a number of ascii text files.
Children's stories retold with from a Pagan-friendly view or with a Pagan-friendly moral.
The Baldwin Project seeks to make available online a comprehensive collection of resources for parents and teachers of children. Their current focus, is on literature for children that is in the public domain in the United States, including: Nursery Rhymes, Fables, Folk Tales, Myths, Legends and Hero Stories, Literary Fairy Tales, Bible Stories, Nature Stories, Biography, History, Fiction, Poetry, Storytelling, Games, and Craft Activities.