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thought people might like some recommmendation of things to do with the 'ickles at Samhain ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samhain )
We've used these colouring sheets and a few of the activities, and can recommend. Not just for pagan 'mummies' (excuse the pun there!) but also great if you want to celebrate 'halloween' or just engage more in the turning of the wheel/seasons.

Colouring pages:
http://www.spiralgoddess.com/Samhain.html

Activities:
http://www.wicca.com/celtic/akasha/samhainchildren.htm

That's brilliant, thanks for posting those sites.  We went to my pagan friend's last Halloween and she gave the children a little talk on the old beleifs of Samhain and we all made little 'ancestors'.  It was great to have some meaning to the Halloween celebrations, because I was at a loss as to what exactly we were celebrating.  We're going to do the same this year, so the websites will be great.

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Thanks for the links earthmummie smile

Glad you all liked them. Waitrose website has recipes for mulled cider and mulled apple juice, which would be perfect for the celebration. Type 'mulled' into the search box.

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