"I had a little tea party, this afternoon at three.
Twas very small, three guests in all,
Just I, myself, and me.
Myself ate all the sandwiches while I drank all the tea;
Twas also I who at the pie and passed the cake to me."
One of the easiest ways to introduce poetry is to host a poetry tea time. It is also a great way to inspire children to compose and recite original poems. In this week's Coffee With Carrie episode, Carrie shares one of her favorite homeschooling traditions and creative writing activities: A Poetry Tea Time. Join Carrie for this little tea time as she shares simple ways to start this homeschooling tradition in your home. If you have some tea, a few snacks, and one or two poetry books, you already have all you need to host a poetry tea party as soon as you finish listening to this episode. It is that simple (and fun!). Pour yourself a cup of hot tea, put your little pinkie up as you take a sip, and join Carrie for this special tea time break.
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