I love April fools day if it’s done in the spirit of fun for all, backed with kindness. My favorite prank from our household was years ago when miss Aliyah froze all of our toothbrushes! Here are some more great prank blog posts I’ve found. Hope you can grab a cup of something wonderful and read with me…. then have a very silly April Fool’s day!
3 Great April Fool’s Day Tricks to Pull on your Kids by Tamara Watson on Unhurried Home. The first is the one my children will be waking up to on April 1st, so shhhhh!
Traditional French April Fool’s Fish Game by Marie-Laure from Handmade Charlotte. Cute and colorful game that I’m thinking the gals will love. I think they will be excited that it is traditional in another country as well!
April fool’s Day crafts for kids to make from Crafty Lady Sandi. Some crafty little tricks perfect for grade school age kids.
April Fool’s Day from Poetry4kids.com. Cute and corny April Fools poem that is an excerpt from the book Revenge of the Lunch Ladies by Kenn Nesbitt.
Printable April Fool’s Coloring Sheet by Evridiki Dakos from ELT Teacher Development on edublogs. Not really a post but a REALLY cute printable!
Do you have any fun plans for April Fools Day or any great memories to share? I’d love to hear them.
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