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Waffle ★ [PDF / Epub] ☄ Waffle By Chris Raschka ✪ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk What s with Waffle Well, he waffles, worries, wobbles, and waitsWhy Wellwatch Wow He Wins What s with Waffle Well, he Waffles, worries, wobbles, and waitsWhy Wellwatch Wow He Wins.


About the Author: Chris Raschka

Chris Raschka is the illustrator of The Hello, Goodbye Window, which was awarded the Caldecott Medal He is also the illustrator of the Caldecott Honor Book Yo Yes Charlie Parker Played Be Bop Mysterious Thelonious John Coltrane s Giant Steps Can t Sleep and The Magic Flute He lives with his wife and son in New York City.



10 thoughts on “Waffle

  1. Megan Megan says:

    What a trippy little book Waffle is plagued with self doubt which seems to be represented by a bunch of colorful floating heads watching him from the opposite page until finally he makes up his mindto fly Not sure who the best audience for this is, although Piper enjoyed the alliteration and colorful pictures.


  2. Sabeen Sabeen says:

    This was a book with great wit It was really fun to read Although it has very very few words and not much vocabulary it is good for children who are learning about rhymes and how different words have similar sounds I think it also lets the child while reading articulate and think about the text evenbecause it is not really known what waffle is trying to do until the very end.


  3. Jaelyn J. Jaelyn J. says:

    This book is so fun and entertaining i could definitely imagine reading this book to a bunch of preschoolers It is fun, imaginative, and a teaches a wonderful lesson about believing in yourself A very far reaching activity you could do with this book is to scramble up student s name and help put the letters back in the correct order while sounding out each letter.


  4. Jermeria Daniel Jermeria Daniel says:

    I would use Waffle to show my students that sometimes we are indecisive about making choices and they are not alone in the process After reading this book, students can see what will happen if they just try This book is great for text to self connection.


  5. Chantia Singleton Chantia Singleton says:

    Waffle was such a cute, simple book I will be implementing this in my classroom as a social emotional book activity I will introduce it by asking if there is anything that the children ever wished they could do Perhaps we could even illustrate a photo of us doing the one thing that we wished we could do We will also make a list of the wishes I will ask them what waffle means and excitedly introduce the new meaning of the word and then have an open discussion about what we think the book Waffle was such a cute, simple book I will be implementing this in my classroom as a social emotional book activity I will introduce it by asking if there is anything that the children ever wished they could do Perhaps we could even illustrate a photo of us doing the one thing that we wished we could do We will also make a list of the wishes I will ask them what waffle means and excitedly introduce the new meaning of the word and then have an open discussion about what we think the book Waffle is about After reading, we will reflect on the notion that almost anything is possible if we just believe in ourselves


  6. Xin Luan Xin Luan says:

    It is colorful book There are all kinds of color smile faces in this book I think it is a good book to teach children about different colors But the style of this book is so abstract Pictures look like those of Picasso s painting I am not sure whether young children can understand this book well However, I think it is a opportunity to teach children what means abstract Children might have big different understanding for this book I think it is not a problem because there is no standard a It is colorful book There are all kinds of color smile faces in this book I think it is a good book to teach children about different colors But the style of this book is so abstract Pictures look like those of Picasso s painting I am not sure whether young children can understand this book well However, I think it is a opportunity to teach children what means abstract Children might have big different understanding for this book I think it is not a problem because there is no standard answer


  7. Tonia Holloway Tonia Holloway says:

    This book is great for phonological awareness, alliteration and learning the alphabet There are many activities that you could do with this book I would even change the W in the story to a different letter, such as T to help the students work on other letter sounds Even though the words would no longer be real words, just working on the word sounds can help students with literacy development.


  8. Samantha Samantha says:

    Waffle is full of self doubt, but he pushes past that and flies Acrylic and ink illustrations are full of emotion It s something readers can connect with on a wordless level So much of what readers view are Waffle s inner voices tormenting him.There are some neat things at work here with alliteration and the way text and pictures work together I d recommend this title for print awareness and for a unit on emotions, especially the lesser representations seen here PreK 2


  9. Zequoia Hyche Zequoia Hyche says:

    I found this book very fun and exciting to read I initially thought that this book was going to be based off of an actual waffle however it turns out that the word waffle was used as a verb and an expression In the story, the definition of waffle is conveyed as being confused,not sure,or indecisive This book would be a great way to help teach children how to form the W sound, because it repeatedly mentions the word, waffle I really like this book Great read


  10. Randie D. Camp, M.S. Randie D. Camp, M.S. says:

    Waffle is worried Waffle wants to do something but he lacks the confidence to give it a gobut after a bunch of different feelings, silly illustrations, and fun word play Waffle works up the courage to FLY The message might be over the heads of younger readers but this book is fun for children of all ages.


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