Now, I am not Heathen, but my good forum friend ThorsSon was for quite a long time, and he wrote this and gave me permission to post it. Whether or not you are Heathen, its some interesting mythology (a good kids myth source for Norse mythology is D’Aulaires’ Book of Norse Myths).
Edited to add (5May13): Just came across this awesome post in my reader with some other resources.
Asatru Children’s ABC’s
A is for Asgard, where the Gods spend their day.
B is for Bifrost, between the worlds it lay.
C is for Courage, the strength to overcome fear.
D is for Day, she follows Night throughout the year.
E is for Embla, the mother of us all.
F is for Freyja, chooser of those who fall.
G is for Gungnir, from its course it never strays.
H is for Heimdall, his horn, Gjallar, he plays.
I is for Iduna, keeper of the apples of gold.
J is for Jormungand, around the earth, his tail he holds.
K is for Kvasir, from his blood came inspiration.
L is for Lore, the stories for our edification.
M is for Mjollnir, Jotuns it smites.
N is for the Norns, the Wyrd they write.
O is for Odin, he, who Fenrir shall fight.
P is for Protection, given by Thor’s great might.
Q is for Question, for knowledge to gain.
R is for Ragnarok, when all begins again.
S is for Sigurd, the slayer of the dragon.
T is for Thor, thundering in his wagon.
U is for Ullr, by whom the hunt is blessed.
V is for the Vanir, by whom nature is dressed.
W is for Wyrd, the web that connects all things.
X is for Xenodochy and the Luck it brings.
*(xenodochy = hospitality… you try thinking of an Asatru related
word that begins with ‘X’
Y is for Yggdrasil, where Odinn hung alone.
Z is for Zisa, by whom peace is sown.