S4E10: How to Include Poetry Teatime in Your Family

What’s the difference between Brave Writer and some of the other writing programs available online? Julie originally saw the writing process as a relationship between trusted allies; the child and the parent.   You don’t grow a writer simply by focusing on the skill and act of writing – you also have to establish bonds of affection and joy around language.   And it’s so easy and natural to find that joy through Poetry Tea Time (so easy, in fact, that we call it the gateway drug to Brave Writer)!   You can download show notes for the podcast here: http://blog.bravewriter.com/category/podcasts/   Resources: Check out this brand new, free product designed to kickstart your writing program this school year: 7-Day Writing Blitz (and tag your creative young writers using #BWBlitz on Twitter & Instagram!) You can download Free Writing Lessons here: go.bravewriter.com/free-writing-lessons Download the free Poetry Teatime Quick Start Guide Get your own Poetry Teatime Companion Read-Aloud Poems for Young People: Readings from the World's Best Loved Verses by Glorya Hale Poems to Learn by Heart by Caroline Kennedy   Americans' Favorite Poems: The Favorite Poem Project Anthology   Otherwise: New & Selected Poems by Jane Kenyon You Read to Me, I'll Read to You by John Ciardi Love That Dog by Sharon Creech Poemcrazy by Susan Wooldridge --
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