Throwing a teatime poetry party sounds like a lot of work. But today's story will show you that all you need are poetry books, a treat or two, and friends to make it all come together!
Today we are featuring a wonderful bilingual Poetry Teatime from one of our Brave Writer families. Read on for games, activities, and ideas for bringing multiple languages into your own teatime!
Today we're featuring an amazing Winter Olympics-themed Poetry Teatime from one of our Brave Writer families! Stay tuned for a fantastic centerpiece, poems to read, and cool Olympic activities to try.
Today's featured teatime is a pre-Valentine's Day tea. It's the perfect time of year to break up the grey January weather with a bit of Valentine's fun, so read on for some teatime reading and writing inspiration!
Today we're featuring a first-time teatime story from one of our Brave Writer moms! It's so fun to hear about new teatime traditions starting in families.
Going on long drives is one of our favorite things to do as a family. When Aditi was younger, sitting in the car for long hours was not something she was interested in. We figured playing games would be a good way to keep her engaged.
A few weeks ago, Julie met with a group of Brave Writer families for a Poetry Teatime. They gathered at a Trader Joe's for some laughter, jokes, and of course, lots of poems to read aloud!
By Angela Awald
Poetry tea time, also known as poetry-in-pajamas at our house, has become my secret weapon in celebrating each of my children’s unique interests. In a family of our size, it’s easy to see how individual children could get swallowed up into the whole of six. No longer individuals but just part of the group, the crew, the kids. But one intention I’ve always set forth and challenged myself to uphold, is to honor and celebrate each and every one of my children. Often.