8 Awesome April Fools’ Day Pranks to Play on Your Kids

April Fools Day Pranks

April Fools’ Day can be super fun for moms and kids! It’s a day to be silly and induce giggles and memories for years to come. Why not make the most of it and plan some of these hilarious April Fools’ Day Pranks to spice up your kids’ day?

 

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Putting googly eyes on everything in the fridge! HA!

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A fake April Fools’ Day Prank breakfast. It looks like eggs and toast, but it’s really yogurt, peaches and pound cake.

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Another fun breakfast prank, is to fill their bowls with cereal and milk, then freeze it overnight.

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Fill their shoes with tissue paper!

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Make a silly lunch where all the packaging is filled with something else! Pretzels in a can of beans, cookies in a chips bag, fruit in a Jello box, the possibilities are endless.

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Fill their Oreos with toothpaste instead! EWWW!

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Play a bath prank by placing blue dye in the faucet! The water will come out bright blue!

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Make this sneaky dinner and dessert swap. A meatloaf and mashed potato cake for dinner. A dessert that looks like fish sticks, peas & carrots, mashed potatoes and black beans, but is really a sneaky variety of secret sweets!

Any April Fools’ Day Pranks we should add to this list?

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Marie Osborne is a wife, mama, and blogger who loves Jesus and large non-fat lattes. As a former high school theater geek, she currently uses all her acting and vocal training reading "Mr. Brown Can Moo" and singing "The Wheels on the Bus" before night-night time. When she isn't laughing (loudly) with her 30-something husband, chatting (loudly) with her girlfriends, singing (loudly) with her 3-year-old son, or feeding (quietly... for the time being) her 8-month-old twins, she's probably pumping and binge watching Netflix. You can find her on her blog www.marieosborne.com encouraging, challenging, and laughing from under a pile of diapers.

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