When Walruses Want Waffles, by D. Passmore

Silly questions with lots of funny “w” words for answers.

How far from their far north snow-covered homeland would walruses be willing to waddle, for waffles?

A funny question with silly illustrations. Lots of words start with the letter w like: wigs, wallets, whales, and wrestling too.

This book was created to fill a void in my “W” letter library, for my letter of the week curriculum. It also is a beautiful artistic tribute to the land that I love, covered with snow and beautiful auroras.

Hidden within the pictures of the story are a few little rubber ducks. Try to spot them all.

You can find it here on Amazon. Kindle or Paperback.

This could be fun to use with older students too. Challenge them with a writing task about the waffle hunting adventures.

Once I got started making waffles, I just could not stop there. Check out my waffle letters theme for handwriting. The yellow butter drips show the direction the letter should be written. It is all good letter formation practice. Start your letters at the top and follow the butter drip.

You can add some math with waffle counting too. When I was teaching preschool, my students loved any game that let them feed animals. Check out this feed the walrus waffle printable. You can make your walrus to feed with this simple printout.

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More Books By D. Passmore

Munch Math Match with Waffles

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For letter of the week W.  Waffle Math Match, based on the book –

When Walruses Want Waffles, By D Passmore.

Waffle Math Match can be used in lots of ways:

Play it like “Go Fish” each player would have their own walrus to feed the matched waffles to.

Play it like “Memory Game” each player would have their own walrus to feed the matched waffles to.

One on One with the teacher, Match the numbers, and feed the walrus the matched sets.

Use addition, Subtraction, and Equals symbols to work out math equations.

Roll a die, and match the numbers to the waffles until they are all feed to the walrus.

For W letter of week lessons,  you may also like the waffle letters.

 Find on Amazon

Find the book on Amazon, the book is filled with a whole lot of “W” words :

Wheelbarrow, wall, whale, wobble, waiter, wardrobe, washroom, whip cream, world, water, waves, winner, wrestle, wishing well, wishes, wasps,…

And there are lots of true facts about walruses at the back of the book.