March 30, 2009 at 10:08 pm Leave a comment

I need your help! Wednesday is April Fool’s Day, and I want to celebrate the great Anglo-American tradition of pranking the heck out of my students. But I need ideas of how to do so! Most of my pranking experience is on either 1. Fewer than four people, or 2. People who don’t still need help blowing their noses.

What pranks are appropriate for a classroom of Spanish 4th graders? It should be something easy to understand, that I can control the timing of (ie, it can’t happen right when kids enter the classroom), and that requires little clean up. It’s a tall order: can anyone fill it?

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