Read, research and learn about April Fools’ Day with this mini workbook.
Learn the History of April Fools’ Day in the Classroom!
Get ready to uncover the mystery behind one of the funniest days of the year! Join us on a journey through time as we explore the history of April Fools’ Day and how it’s celebrated around the world. From harmless pranks to elaborate hoaxes, this printable booklet is filled with fascinating facts and hilarious stories that will have you giggling with delight. So grab your silly hat and let’s dive into the wonderful world of April Fools’ Day!
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Use this printable mini booklet about April Fools’ Day with the All About April Fools’ Day Slide Deck available to download on our website.
April Fools’ Day is a day celebrated on the 1st of April every year in many countries around the world. It’s a day when people play practical jokes and pranks on each other for fun. This mini-book covers the following information about April Fools’ Day:
- The history of April Fools’ Day.
- How to say ‘April Fools’ Day’ in other languages.
- How April Fools’ Day is celebrated around the world.
- Pranks – bad ideas and good ideas.
- Some famous pranks that have happened over the years.
Download & Print
This resource is available to download in PDF or Google Slides. Pick the format that works best for you and your class.
This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a teacher in Florida and a Teach Starter Collaborator.
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