Have you ever wanted to try a themed teatime, but you aren't sure which one would be a good fit for your family? This master list includes all of our themed Poetry Teatimes, perfect for the whole year! From Winnie-the-Pooh to pirates, there's a teatime to please everyone. So let's dive in!
Looking to write a poem but not sure what to write about? Want choose some prompts to go along with your next Poetry Teatime? Whatever your writing needs may be, we've got you covered with this master list of all of our poetry prompts!
Here at Poetry Teatime, we've introduced many poets. We've celebrated poets from history through themed teatimes, and we've interviewed children's poets writing today. This master list includes all of our articles about poets both past and present.
Want to start reading poetry with your family but aren't sure how to guide the discussion? Looking for a deep dive into complex styles or formal elements of poetry? Whether you're beginning your journey into poetry or you've been celebrating Poetry Teatimes for years, find helpful information here for learning about poetry with the whole family.
Bundle up warm, because today we'll be exploring the beautiful blue world of ice. Get ready for chilly fingers and Jack Frost nipping at your nose with this poetry prompt!
Can you believe it's already 2020? The start of the year is always a great time to set goals for yourself and think of new things you'd like to try. So today, let's set some goals for poetry in the year 2020!
Gwendolyn Brooks was one of the most influential poets and activists of the 20th century. She was the first African American to receive the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Brooks wrote about the Civil Rights movement and the problems black people faced, especially in inner cities like her hometown, Chicago. Let’s celebrate Brooks by learning more about her work!
It's the start of the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere, and the first few flurries of snow are floating through the air. Snowflakes are a great reminder to pay attention to the small details in the world around you. Today, you can use snowflakes to inspire your poetry!