Something for the children
- Spend some time with the kids to make dolls out of twigs and flowers.
- To preserve the memories of summer, take a box with a lid, and let the children collect gifts from nature (in the park, the woods, the yard). flat items or objects are glued on the box, while other items are placed inside. Have the children make a story for each of the gifts and tell it.
- The children can plant seeds in a custom pot on their own, and take care of the plant and watch it grow over time.
Additional ideas for Litha
- Craft or buy a necklace talisman made of sea shells.
- Go outside for a nice picnic.
- Take photos of the sunrise and the sunset of Litha day.
- Let the kids make their own “Green Man” masks.
- Make a Wicker Man and burn it in the fire of Litha.
- Burn what is left of your Yule Sabbat tree or wreath.
- Arrange a play of the battle between the Oak King and the Holly King.
- Light a white candle and place it in front of a mirror. Speak your prayer for Litha and let the candle burn completely.
- Jump over a bonfire or a cauldron.
- Make your own little sand Stonehenge at the beach.
- Perform a ritual in honor of Litha.
- Get rid of the qualities that give you problems. Concentrate and project these qualities on things like dry twigs, paper and other things that can burn. Put them inside of a cleansing fire.
- Make a magic wand.
- Make a Litha dream pillow.