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  1. Great list of poets! I will have to try and incorperate ‘tea time” into our scheduale.
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  2. Thank you so much!!! We have used some of these for our Tuesday Tea Time (ala BraveWriter.com) and they are fabulous…a real blessing!

  3. Thank you for all the work put into Tea Time. I look forward to using these with my kids this year.

  4. What a really great list. You have done an absolutely amazing job with this. We follow a CM style curriculum and this fits perfectly.
    My dd is in 8th grade and is more independent in her studies, this list will help her quite a bit. She will use this in conjunction with notebookingpages.com publisher. We will also use this list for her Literature, Art & Music History studies. It is a great companion for her regular History as well. Happy New Year!!!!
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  5. Looking forward to doing this with my children. Thank you!

  6. Kristina says:

    This is amazing! Quite a few of the lapbook links are dead, any chance they’ll be refreshed? Hope to have a dedicated tea time with my older kids this year. I use to do this with my Grandma. Tea and fruit loops, lol. She would serve us tea in fancy tea cups in her good room. 🙂 Great memories!

    • Hi Kristina,
      Thanks for pointing out the dead links. I’ll tidy them up as soon as possible. Tea and fruit loops sound like a perfectly reasonable combination! 🙂

  7. a. cabote says:

    Is this always available or am I supposed to download something? I just don’t want it to disappear tomorrow! Looks wonderful.

  8. Thanks for all your work putting these together!! I am looking at using these to have proper tea time complete with dressing up, fancy tea cups and proper gentleman and lady manners. Yay!!

  9. Does anyone have a list of manners that could be used in conjunction with this? Like proper Tea Time etiquette? Boys pulling out the chair for the girls, no elbows on the table, no arguing, etc. ~ Thanks! I’m looking forward to getting a group of boys and girls together to dress in nice party clothes, use lady/gentleman manners, have tea with appropriate snacks and do one of these lessons. 🙂

    • Hi Kelly,
      I added a list of Tea Time Etiquette suggestions above. I found a large variety of opinions on what is acceptable and not acceptable, such as “pinkies up” or “absolutely no pinkies up,” so change as you see fit. 🙂

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