Poetry Teatime Inspiration
Need some Poetry Teatime inspiration? Listen to the Roadschool Moms’ podcast where we talk about the magical combination of tea, treats, and poetry.
Plus here are some of our favorite entries from the last month of Poetry Teatime blog posts! Below, you’ll find
- poems that tickle your senses,
- activities to set your spy radar on high alert,
- and even tips to help clean up and reuse your teatime messes.
Sensory Teatime: One of the best parts of poetry is how it tickles your tastebuds, nudges your nose, enchants your eyes, ruffles your fingertips, and makes your five senses come to life! In this post, you’ll discover poems packed with sensory imagery. Don’t miss out on all the action-packed ideas for activities that appeal to all of your senses.
Espionage Themed Teatime: Ever wondered what James Bond felt like while scoping out a glittering party for criminals? While not always so glamorous, spying does require Bond-like observation skills and an eye for both the familiar and the strange. Poetry is the perfect way to sharpen your spy-related skills—even a few famous authors have had a career as a spy. Throw an espionage-themed poetry teatime to sharpen your skills and maybe even prepare you for a lifetime of spying!
Teatime Leftovers: So you’ve had your teatime for the week. You’ve sipped tea, enjoyed some poems, and all you have left are a few crumbs and a lot of soggy teabags. What next? Before you throw out the mess, check out this post for some creative ways you can use your teatime leftovers!
Leaf Poetry: It’s fall! The air is crisp, apples are starting to thump to the ground in orchards, and bats are swooping around in the dusk. For today’s teatime, we’d like to offer plenty of ways to use the multitude of leaves now littering your yard. So go outside, scoop up a handful, brew some hot apple cider, and enjoy a leafy Poetry Teatime!