Witchlings Homeschool: Mabon
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Parents: Mabon or the fall equinox is a sacred time for most pagans and earth-based religions. The official marker of the wheel of the year turning to fall. This is the perfect time to start pulling out the cool weather wardrobes and going for walks to point out the changes happening each day as the cool weather takes hold.
The best thing you can do for your child today is to get your child outside. Go play in the backyard, take a walk around the block, or visit your local park. It doesn’t have to be a big outing like a camping or hiking trip though both are amazing ways to spend Maybon. Embrace nature and the changes the fall is beginning to bring us. Here are more simple ideas to celebrate Mabon with your family.
This weeks shopping list:
Fall harvest foods such as apples and pumpkins.
Kids lessons: Mabon is the fall equinox. On this day the day and night are equal and fall has arrived. From, this day forward the nights will become longer than the days making it the perfect time to relax in the evenings to enjoy exploring a good book or practicing your magic.
Mabon is the second harvest and a time of giving thanks for what we have been blessed with. A great way to celebrate and to think the earth for blessing us with a bountiful harvest is to create an alter with fall harvest foods. This is a great project for outdoors where you an leave the alter for the wild animals when you are done. Place apples, pumpkins, and even home-baked goods on your alter.
Printables, activities, and worksheets
- Printable Mabon worksheets from Kids Konnect
- Printable Mabon activities from Little Pagan Acorns.
- This Mabon kids craft round-up from Life With Chibi is packed with craft ideas.
Book Ideas for Mabon
Mabon: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox
The Elsie and Pooka Wheel of the Year: Autumn
Rupert’s Tales: The Wheel of the Year Beltane, Litha, Lammas, and Mabon