Date: Mar-26, 2023
This Week’s Theme – April Fool’s Day
April Fools’ Day! This playful holiday, observed every year on April 1st, is a chance to let our inner pranksters shine. From harmless jokes and practical pranks to silly costumes and goofy surprises, there’s no limit to the ways we can celebrate this lighthearted day.
For teachers, April Fools’ Day is a great opportunity to inject some laughter and joy into the classroom. It can be a chance to build camaraderie with students, promote creativity, and foster a sense of humor that will serve them well throughout their lives. Whether you’re looking for ideas for classroom pranks, silly writing prompts, or just some fun activities to liven up the day, we got you covered.
So get ready to channel your inner trickster, embrace the absurd, and have some laughs along the way. Because on April Fools’ Day, there’s no such thing as being too silly!
Free Puzzle of the Week – April Fool’s Day
Quote of the Week
“The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year.”– Mark Twain
“The Terrible Two” by Jory John and Mac Barnett.
This humorous children’s book follows a mischievous duo named Miles and Niles as they plan elaborate pranks on their school principal. With witty dialogue, clever schemes, and unexpected twists, “The Terrible Two” is a great choice for anyone looking to add some laughter and levity to their April Fools’ Day celebrations.
“Pranking is an art form. It’s like poetry, but with more puns and fewer syllables.”
Encourage your students to get creative with a prank contest! Challenge them to come up with the funniest, most clever, or most outrageous prank they can think of – just be sure to set some guidelines to keep things safe and respectful. Then, have a class vote to determine the winner, and celebrate with some silly treats or prizes.
Dad Joke of the Week
Why did the math book look so sad?
Because it had too many problems.
Another one because it is April Fool’s Day.
Why don’t scientists trust atoms?
Because they make up everything!
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