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Free Spring Copywork for Poetry Teatime Fun

Don’t we all look so forward to spring? Luckily, we don’t spend all winter covered in snow and freezing to death, but we get a fair amount of endless gray and rainy days. So when spring begins to appear, it’s cause for great celebration. That’s why I’ve created this mini spring copywork pack for you to enjoy in your homeschool.

Copywork is so beneficial in your homeschool because it gives your children practice in all those dreaded language arts skills that can seem to require a mountain of workbooks. Integrate handwriting, punctuation, spelling, and more are all through copywork.


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What the Spring Copywork Includes

This copywork pack uses to poem “Buttercups and Daisies,” by Mary Howitt. A sweet, simple poem perfect for your entire family. I’ve included:

  • A simple, lined page for your oldest children
  • 2 pages with manuscript and dotted-manuscript lines for your beginning writers
  • 2 pages with cursive and dotted-cursive lines for your children learning cursive

Copywork and Poetry

Poetry and copywork make for a fun, enchanting afternoon teatime. Gather all the kids together for some family time and easily practice a little language arts with this spring copywork poetry pack.

Books and More to Add to Your Spring Poetry Teatime

You’ve got your spring copywork, now let’s add a little more enchantment to our teatime.

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Ivy in Bloom is a wonderful book about a young girl tired of the long winter. Through this picture book, introduce your children to the poetry of Longfellow, Dickinson, Frost, and more. It also includes a brief biography of each poet.

Next, The Random House Book of Poetry for Children is a classic you will want to add to your collection. With poems selected by Jack Prelutsky and illustrations by Arnold Lobel, this is a book you will return to again and again.

The Random House Book of Poetry for Children
  • Random House Books for Young Readers
  • Hardcover Book

Finally, Sing a Song of Seasons: A Nature Poem for Each Day of the Year is an illustrated collection of 366 nature poems. From a variety of important and loved poets, you will have a poem to celebrate each day of spring.

Spring Copywork to Brighten Your Day

Enjoy celebrating spring with this spring copywork that will brighten your day. The benefits of copywork for your child are immense, but even those can’t compare to time spent together enjoying poetry.

So fix some tea, gather some cookies, and have a delightful afternoon poetry teatime this spring.

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