Poetry Teatime: Tea and Gingersnaps
This is my crew enjoying their tea and gingersnaps along with their poetry. The boys made the tea and put the cookies on a plate. It was so nice outside, we had to take advantage of it!
Max, age 8, selected Chocolate-Covered Salami by Jack Prelutsky. He shared with us that the poem “sounded delicious” and it was ” nice and funny.” Dominic, age 6, chose Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too by Shel Silverstein. He loved the fact that they went for a ride in a flying shoe. The words he used to describe it were, “funny,” “cool,” and “fantasy.” My girls, ages 4 and 20 months, laughed with the boys, and my 4 year old appreciated the rhyming verses.