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Elevate Your Poetry Teatime with Our Free Planning Sheet

April is National Poetry Month, and what better way to celebrate than with a joyful Poetry Teatime? This Brave Writer-inspired activity brings enchantment and a love for language into your homeschool. To make your Poetry Teatime even more magical, we’ve created a free printable Poetry Teatime Planning Sheet!

What is Poetry Teatime?

Poetry Teatime is a celebration of language that breathes life back into your homeschool routine. It’s a simple yet profound way to connect with your children over delightful poems, tasty treats, and cozy drinks. Gather some poetry books, prepare a snack, and let the magic unfold as you read, snack, sip, and bond over beautiful words.

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Our Poetry Tea Time Plan

The Benefits of Our Poetry Teatime Planning Sheet

While Poetry Teatime is meant to be relaxed and enjoyable, a bit of planning can enhance the experience. Our Poetry Teatime Planning Sheet provides a space to jot down:

  • The date of your Poetry Teatime
  • A theme (if desired)
  • Poetry books and other resources
  • Food and drink ideas

Having these details decided in advance means less stress and more time to savor the poems and moments together. The planning sheet also serves as a delightful record of your Poetry Teatimes over the years, becoming a treasured keepsake.

How to Use the Poetry Teatime Planning Sheet

  1. Download and print the planning sheet
  2. Choose a date for your Poetry Teatime
  3. Brainstorm a theme, such as seasons, animals, or emotions (optional)
  4. Visit your bookshelves or local library and select poetry books
  5. Decide on simple treats and drinks to serve
  6. Jot it all down on the planning sheet
  7. Gather the books and prepare the food on the day of your Poetry Teatime
  8. Relax and revel in the magic of poems and presence!

Our Favorite Poetry Books for Teatime

Poetry Teatime Companion

By Julie Bogrart and Nancy Graham

A delightful collection of poems, recipes, and tips for hosting enchanting Poetry Teatimes, written by the creator of Brave Writer.

The Poetry Friday Anthology for Celebrations: Holiday Poems for the Whole Year in English and Spanish

By Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong

A joyful collection of poems celebrating holidays throughout the year, presented in both English and Spanish, perfect for fostering cultural appreciation and language learning during Poetry Teatime.

Poems to Learn by Heart

by Caroline Kennedy

An engaging anthology of poems selected by Caroline Kennedy, designed to be read, memorized, and cherished by readers of all ages.

The Random House Book of Poetry for Children

by Jack Prelutsky

A comprehensive collection of over 500 poems for children, featuring works from classic and contemporary poets, compiled by acclaimed poet Jack Prelutsky.

Where the Sidewalk Ends

by Shel Silverstein

A beloved classic filled with Shel Silverstein’s whimsical, humorous, and thought-provoking poems and illustrations that captivate children and adults alike.

With our Poetry Teatime Planning Sheet and some captivating poetry books, you have all you need for a joyful and enriching experience. So download the free planner, gather the gang, and get ready to make some magic. Happy Poetry Teatime!

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