Become a Tea With A Poet Club Member Today
Tea with a Poet makes introducing your children, and yourself, to poetry in a fun interactive way.
I'm Christine, and my mission is to help you create the homeschooling experience you have dreamed of while saving you time and frustration.
Tea With A Poet
is for you if...
-Your child has trouble sitting still for lessons
-You want to free up some of your own time
-You are new to homeschooling and don't know where to start
-You don't know how to leave the conveyor belt
-You hate paying for overpriced curriculums
-You want to add more fun to your homeschool
-You wan to build a closer relationship with your children
-You have been homeschooling but you are looking for something new
-You feel all alone and don't feel confident homeschooling
A Subscription to The Poets Letter mailed directly to your house written by a poet from the past.
Live Monthly Poetry Tea Time
A poem to memorize
Tea time treat recipe
Bonus art, and music classes related to the theme
Poets card with picture and facts
Poetry writing classes
Suggested learning & study for older children
Access to the Fb Group for more learning resources and workshops
How Does it Work
READ THE POETS LETTER
LEARN ABOUT THE POET
Do the Activity
Each month you will receive a letter in your mail box. It will be written as if the poet themselves wrote it and shares tidbits about their lives. Children will feel as if they are peeking right into the life of the poet and learning about them.
Learn more about the poet with the beautiful digital package that will be sent directly to your email. Through the poets card, activities and previewed and engaging video links. This could be a bonus activity, biography, map exploration and more.
Now its time to have even more fun and do a hands-on activity related to the poem included. It will naturally incorporate multiple educational disciplines.
math, art, history, music, geography, nature studies, cooking, biology, life skills, crafts, science, social studies, astronomy and more.
How We Support
All mommies feel inadequate from time to time and it is no fun place to be. That is why you need to join Tea with a Poet. Not only is this community about creating a stellar learning experience for your children but its a place for moms to develop confidence in their choice to home educate their children and to step out and do what they know is best for their children.
You will be empowered and gain confidence to homeschool successfully by following small bite-sized steps to transform the environment and atmosphere of your homeschool.
You will have less stress thanks to the new, high quality, learning experiences delivered every month, giving yourself more free time.
You will no longer need to beg your children to learn because the hands-on learning will reignite their inborn curiosity.
You will eliminate your negative inner voice and learn that you are very capable to teach your children and spot learning experiences all around you.
You will no longer feel alone as you embark on this exciting journey along side other courageous mothers who are also raising amazing humans.
Your burning questions can be answered in the Fb Group.
So don't wait!
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Here's what our Members have to say about our Unit Studies
"We loved this unit study! The unit guide was well laid out and easy to follow. I planned to use the unit with my 7 and 9 year old but even my two year old got something out of it. They all had so much fun learning together and they really enjoyed the activities. We loved the read aloud book and the other books that were recommended as well."
This unit makes me excited to teach to my kids, you did an amazing job putting all this together. There are so many neat ideas that I know I can use this with all my kids from 6 to 11. Personally I love the cards (curiosity cards) at the end and feel like they will open up a lot of discussion and curiosity.
Our family our family has loved spending time in the Little Rabbit Trail United studies. One of our favorites was the Little House in the Big Woods. We had a daily read aloud, and then each child chose a picture, and we did a variety of fun hands on activities based on those pictures. Making butter from cream, molasses candy, learning about bears, etc. Super fun and very flexible!