Did you know that March 25th is WAFFLE day? According to DayoftheYear.com, Waffle Day began in Sweden as Våffeldagen — actually due to confusion between the Swedish “vårfrudagen” meaning “Our Lady’s Day” which falls on the same date. The day historically marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated by the eating of many waffles. Sounds delicious to us! So today we’re celebrating accordingly — with all the wacky waffle fun you can handle.

We know that staying home during COVID19 can be a challenge. Therefore, each day schools are closed, (cool) progeny will offer easy activities to keep the the whole family engaged. If you try any of these activities, post pictures to Facebook and Instagram and tag us (#coolprogeny and @coolprogeny). After all, we’re all in this together!

You can download a PDF of these ideas here.

Did you miss a day? No worries! You can view all of our (cool) fun at home ideas here.

Cool Fun at Home: Wacky Waffle Wednesday

Explore Outside

Wacky Walk

It’s raining. So you might not want to have an outdoor waffle picnic… so let’s go for wacky. Put on your most colorful, wackiest outfit and go for a walk outside. Your neighbors will love it.


Let’s Waffle

Did you know that Waffle is not just something you can eat.  It’s also something you can do…which makes it a verb too! Using the term “wafffle” often describe an action of one who is having a hard time making a decision? Try coming up with examples and sentences using the word “waffle” as a verb.

Breakfast Stories

Have you read Josh Funk’s breakfast food adventures about Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast? He has written several foodie adventures about them! Check out his author reading of “Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast” on Facebook. Then write your own story about a new breakfast food character — a waffle! What will your character’s name be? What adventure will they go on?

Creativity Challenge

Let’s Make Waffle Art

For our younger friends, grab that potato masher out of the kitchen, whatever paint you have lying around, and make waffle prints. Recreate these examples from Happy Toddler Playtime or come up with your own ideas! 

Sketchbook Funny Waffle Challenge

Have older kids? Draw a silly faced waffle using this fun drawing tutorial by Art For Kids Hub! Don’t forget to leave room for the syrup and butter.  


Waffle Dance Party

Do you like waffles? YES! Dance along to this rocking “Do You Like Waffles” album for mini foodies by Parry Gripp. It’s available through Amazon Music and Spotify.

Breakfast for Dinner

Break out the fancy china and have a fancy waffle dinner tonight. (Don’t forget to wear your wacky outfit!) Have something else planned for dinner? No problem. Waffles make AWESOME desserts, too! Make a fun waffle bar with yummy toppings like fruits,  popcorn, chocolate chips, sprinkles, and whipped cream.  Oh, and don’t forget a scoop of ice cream to make your waffles à la mode!