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Ideas...

Well, we've had the idea of a pagan discussion group. I'm still bouncing that one around in my head. I'm also still bouncing around an idea of a pagan children's learning group - sort of like a Sunday school. Maybe some crafts with stories or lessons behind them. I may need some help with that though - as I don't know how to put lessons together. I can always ask my aunt, or anyone with child education experience. Perhaps I can even take a look into taking a few classes at a community college, though I'm not sure that's the kind of thing I can just take a few classes for. I'd like to be able to include older children too - so two sets of crafts and two sets of lessons. Perhaps I can have it on two different nights/afternoons. During the summer would be a good time to start, I think.
Any thoughts?

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koram_dancer
Jul. 2nd, 2003 08:37 pm (UTC)
I'd suggest trying for one group or the other at first, to see how you like it and if it is sustainable. Maybe you will find a teaching partner who can take the other group part of the time, then join for some common activity.

As for lesson plans, give me a call and come over. We'll discuss it and you can look through the pagan family books I have. One that I'd recommend gives stories and related activities around the wheel. I think it's really good.

Home schoolers would certainly have good input, too. You might post a query on the pagan family LJ communities for families in our area and for ideas. Could be fun.

When Pan started going to the one at Moonflower, I resisted going along with them. I knew I didn't have the energy to do it myself and I also knew I couldn't keep my mouth shut about what they were doing wrong. Damned if I do and damned if I don't, kinda, so I stayed away, even when the guys complained about it. I can't do everything all at once anymore. Drat!

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