This journal is perfect for your young elementary and reluctant writers. It is the perfect place for your young elementary child to record artistic thoughts about poetry. It was created to be a companion to "A Year of Poetry Tea Time" book but

can be used with any poetry selections.

–Each page has space for two journal entries.

–There is a spot for your child to draw what is inspired by a poem read. This is different from the Artist's Journal because it has two spaces to draw on per page  and larger spaced lines to write on.

–It provides a place to record the poem title, poets name and date.

–The lines are included to write thoughts about the poem, a poem of your own, new words learned, or use it as a space to do some copy work of a favorite part of the poem. You could even use the space to write down mini bios about the poet.

–There is space for 192 poems.

–ALSO AVAILABLE:: A Year of Poetry Tea Time:The Essential Guide to Everything Poetry and Tea, A Year of Poetry Tea Time Journal (pink theme), A Year of Poetry Tea Time Journal (blue theme),  A Year of Poetry Artist's Journal, and Relaxed Homeschooling.

A Year of Poetry Tea Time Jr.


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    Christine Owens


    Moses Lake Wa.

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