Paganism can mean any religion outside of the Abrahamic tradition found in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. However, it is not generally used to refer to the major Eastern religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, or Taoism. It may be used for religions and spiritual practices of pre-Christian Europe such as Druidism or traditional witchcraft. It may also be used of neo-pagan religions such as Gardnerian Wicca.
About.com: Do I Have to Tell My Parents I'm Wiccan or Pagan?
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Advice for teens whose parents disagree with their pagan faith. Stresses the importance of honesty and suggests alternative ways to begin studying.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Information about the beliefs, history, festivals and rituals of paganism and its many subdivisions. Includes interviews with teen witches.
[ Kids/Teens ] Stories, one for each of the sabbats, based on a young boy's experiences.
A Pagan Kid's Grove
[ Kids ] Make your own click and drag altar and enjoy pagan colouring pages.
[ Kids/Teens ] Free pagan homeschool newsletter for kids featuring educational material, stories, crafts, recipes and poems. PDF files to download or email subscription.
Pagan Stories for Children
[ Kids ] Short online pagan stories, including "The Great Flood", "The Story of Rhiannon" and The Leaf and the Wind.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Informative site for teen witches and those curious about witchcraft and wicca. Includes information on deities and festivals, detailed question and answer sections, and advice on handling parents and prejudices.
Witchvox: Words from Young Pagans
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Extensive collection of essays and contributions written by teenagers, exploring all aspects of life as a teen pagan.
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