Have you heard of Poetry Tea Time? To be honest, I didn’t come up with this! I’ve seen lots of mamas share their Poetry Tea Time parties online with their kids, and I thought it was such a sweet and cute idea. I’m always looking for simple ways to add fun to our day. Being a work-from-home and stay-at-home mom, the days can become very routine. In an effort to make our routine feel fresh and new, once in a while we make snack and reading time extra special with… Poetry Tea Time! I will set out a tablecloth, brew some tea (the kids and I love ginger chamomile), light a candle, grab some poetry or favorite books, and set out a delicious special snack.
How To Create A Poetry Tea Time Party
- Candle (real or battery operated!)
- Small vase with flower or a plant
- Special snack
- A special book or two!
Quick, Nutritious, Gluten-Free Snack Ideas!
Snack Ideas for Poetry Tea Time include…
- Fresh fruit
- Nuts and seeds
- Veggies and hummus
- Crackers or a special baked treat! Such as Simple Mills Sweet Thins or baking mixes.
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Best Teas For Kids
You may be wondering, what teas are safe for kids and toddlers to drink? We stay away from black, white, or green tea which all contain caffeine. Below are some herbal and caffeine teas my kids love! Herbal teas are also a great way to hydrate and provide a dose of plant-based health benefits!
- Fruit Teas