It’s almost time for that day that we can all get away with a little bad behavior! We love April Fools Day and sometimes it takes a few days of planning to pull off those perfect pranks! So I thought I would get together a good list of ideas to help you get started in your planning. Enjoy!
Sew a line half way across the center of someone’s sock.
Use a straight pin to poke a few holes in the top of a water bottle. (My brother did this to me once, they kept laughing every time I took a drink and I could not figure out why until I realized my shirt was all wet! Yes, my siblings got a good laugh!)
Freeze your children’s bowls of cereal the night before.
Slice up a banana and then use a need and thread to put the peel back together
Stuff things into the bottoms of shoes. Tissue works but you could do beads, tissue paper, pennies, etc. Kids will think anything is funny!
Put saran wrap over the tops of everyone’s shampoo’s.
Tell your kids you made “brown E’s” for dessert!
Pretend you just got a phone call from the Principal or teacher at your kid’s school.
Put googly eyes on the stuff in your fridge. (This is a lot of googly eyes, I don’t know if I’m that ambitious but putting eyes on a few things would definitely work for me!)
This is just yogurt with a peach half on top. It will fool your kids but they will still love to eat it!
This would just be awesome!
Switch out your bags of cereal so all the bags are in the wrong boxes.
Squirt a few drops of food coloring up your spout before you turn on the kids bathtub.
Glue some coins to the cement. See how long your kids try to keep picking them up!
Trick your neighbors and put a for sale sign in the yard.
Cover the sensor on the TV remote with tape. I would love to do this to John!
When your kids are asleep, stick them in each other’s beds. They will love it when they wake up in their siblings beds!
Cut open the bottom of a cheetos bag and replace the cheetos with carrot sticks. Then glue the back back together.
Clean out a glue bottle (really well) and fill it with juice. Send it to school with your child’s lunch so they can fool their friends.
Okay… WAY to time consuming and I don’t know about you but anyone in my family would probably just knock the water over but I thought this was a pretty awesome idea!
Ha ha! (Unless you are the one that needs to use it)
Just print up a few of these and stick them on the mirror’s at your work!
I’m sure our kids will love these surprise lollipops! (Or they might throw them at you so be careful)
And finally two more that have a little mean streak in them…
Happy April Fools day on Tuesday everyone and don’t believe anything you see John post that day!!