Harness your inner prankster for April Fool's Day lessons

03/25/2013 | Edutopia.org

April Fool's Day is a great opportunity for teachers to play lighthearted pranks on their students that are guaranteed to be memorable, writes Matt Davis, an editorial assistant at Edutopia. In this blog post, he suggests several resources and teaching tools to help teachers integrate the day into lessons. Among them are a lesson plan on comedy, a guide on the benefits of using laughter in the classroom and a blog that includes lesson plans designed for April Fool's Day.

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