The pagan holiday of Imbolc is celebrated on February 1-2 (depending on year). It's a Gaelic druidic holiday, called St. Brighid's Day, and honors the coming of spring. Much is known about Christian and national holidays. Many Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh and Hindu celebrations are familiar. The holidays that are least known (also some of the world's oldest) are pagan or wiccan. I don't practice Wicca, but as a homeschool parent and teacher, I explore different cultures. If you're a pagan parent or homeschooler or you're teaching world religions, here are free printable Wiccan crafts, coloring pages and resources for holidays (or sabbats). Imbolc Printables
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