One way to engage their minds? Laughter. And April Fool’s Day is your best opportunity for making a huge impression. For today’s Fun Friday post, check out this video of a 5th grade teacher completely fooling his entire class. And for more April Fool’s Day videos, you can refer to this post by Amy Borovoy for Edutopia (which includes the all-time number one prank, the BBC’s “Spaghetti Harvest.”
Oh, and if you go to the YouTube page for the 5th grade teacher’s video, you can read the background on how he dreamed up and implemented his amazingly successful prank.
Enjoy your weekend, and be vigilant on Monday 😉
2 thoughts on “April Fool’s Fun”
Loved the video. Especially all the detailed that went into by the teacher. More importantly how all parents signed the consent forms to allow this prank to take place.
Love it! Took so much planning and prep.