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April Fools Pranks: For The Kids

Tomorrow is April 1, which means April Fools’ Day. Will you be playing some April Fools Pranks on your family or friends this year? Sometimes referred to as All Fools’ Day, April 1 is not a national holiday, but is widely recognized and celebrated as a day where everyone plays all kind of joke and foolishness. The day is marked by the commission of good humored or funny jokes. We have come up with a few tricks that are fun for the kids!

Keep reading after the jump to view our tricks to play on the kids!


1. If your kids are sound sleepers, sneak in the night before and switch the drawers in their dresser — or move the clothes from one drawer to another. As they get dressed on April Fools’ morning, be ready for a few “MOOOOMMMMM!”s from their bedrooms.

2. Do some breakfast pranks to kick off the day. Pull out the bags in the cereal boxes and switch ‘em. When they pour their morning munchies, it will be Dad’s All-Bran instead of Lucky Charms. If your milk is in a cardboard container, add a bit of blue food coloring to the milk and watch some surprised faces as they drizzle it over their cereal. If they ask why the milk is blue, just say the cow was a bit depressed. Get it? A sad cow, feeling blue … yeah, I know … that’s bad.

3. Stretch some cling wrap on the front door or whichever door your kiddos come though after school. Watch them bounce off like pinballs. Or you can do this with the kids to get Dad when he comes home from work — a family that pranks together, stays together!

4. Gather all of the small balls in the house and place them in a kitchen cupboard. When your kids go to grab a snack, the balls will come spilling out. They may be a bit peeved as they spill their soda, but secretly, they’ll think they have the funniest mom ever.

Prank Credit via the Stir Blog

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