Classroom laughs can extend beyond April Fool's Day

04/2/2013 | Education Week Teacher

Fun in the classroom need not be limited to April Fool's Day, also known as April 1, writes blogger Lyndsey Wallen. In recognition of April as National Humor Month, Wallen provides several resources in this blog post to keep students laughing -- and learning -- throughout the month. Among them are April Fool's Day activities on Edutopia; Busy Teacher, which has ideas for English-language learners; and Lesson Planet, a site with resources to research the history of hoaxes to engage -- and have fun with -- students.

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