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In this lesson, students and parents can learn how various colors affect mood, the meaning of Chromotherapy, what dispersion of Sunlight results in, where the Visible Light Spectrum fits into the Full Electromagnetic Spectrum, which colors correspond to various magical workings, and more. Included are Activity Suggestions, a Color Poem for Pagan Children written by the Author, various experiments, and a Unit Test with Vocabulary at the end of the lesson. Color and Light1.1

This lesson is presented in PDF format, so you will need Adobe Reader to open the file. You can access Adobe Reader for free, here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

You may also wish to go to the Materials tab on this blog and print out some Journal Pages for making notes, documenting research and answering questions from the end of the unit. For your convenience, the My Journal Pages are located here: https://themoonlitgrove.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/mlg-journal-template.pdf

As always, I invite your feedback and suggestions for this lesson. If you like the material, please consider donating $3 USD (or any amount you are comfortable with) via Paypal to designing.life.net@gmail.com. Thank you.

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Introduction and Notes for Educator:

Living the life of a Pagan is exactly that, living it, hour to hour and day to day.  It isn’t something we only do on Sundays or Holidays. It isn’t even something we profess to do but that seems contrary to who we really are most of the time.

One of my favorite phrases is “Actions speak louder than words”. Keep this thought in mind as you progress through your training sessions, and remember that our children will learn “something” whether we actively take part in their training or leave things to chance. Our kids are influenced by everything we do or do not do, therefore being the example you wish your child to model, and grow into, will provide the best possible reinforcement.

What Does it Mean to be Pagan? (more…)

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