6 Ways to Celebrate World Poetry Day

World Poetry Day is held every year on March 21st and is the day to recognize the best of the best poets all over the world. Here at Rustic Cabin Designs, we’re rather partial to Robert Frost.

As you may have seen, we attended an event in the Summer of 2021 at Robert Frost’s historical farmhouse. What an honor it was to be there for a full day and to see part of his historical home.

We made specific laser engraved signs for that event, too! While some of the beautiful signs sold on that special day, others are still in stock at our Warner, NH flea market booth, and others can be custom made just for you.

Click here to see our line of Robert Frost laser engraved wood signs to hang in your home for World Poetry Day. Now that we got that out of the way, we wanted to share some creative ideas to help you celebrate world poetry day:

6 Ways to Celebrate World Poetry Day

1. Create an outdoor space for your guests and offer some of the best poems to read on a nice, chilly day outside.

2. Decorate with these Robert Frost leader engraved wood signs hanging all around your home or even outside as you dine al fresco under the warm sun! 3. Have everyone bring their favorite poem to read for the whole group.

4. You can even do a couple of rounds where everyone that wishes to participate reads their favorite poem in front of the crowd, and then you pick your top three favorites!

5. The hosts should also recite his or her favorite poem from memory – on World Poetry Day, it’s all about the best poets across the globe!

6. Finally, you should all recite a poem as a group to really bring this World Poetry Day celebration to perfection! It’s simple and free and we hope you enjoy it!

As a homeschooling family, we love finding new national holidays that we can celebrate with our sons, as well as new ways to incorporate unique educational ideas for literature. We hope that you enjoyed this article about ways to celebrate world poetry day and will use these ideas to have a fun-filled day celebrating some of the most known and upcoming poets of the world.


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