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By Chris Dunmire | Unleashed 1/1/05 | Updated 1/25/22
“These puzzles are clever and fun!” —Mrs. Wright
April first is one extra special day out of the year that creative, innovative thinking can flourish everywhere, and the day is ripe for opportunities for imagination and play to rein supreme.
Want to play one of the funnest (and harmless) jokes ever in your classroom, home, or office this April Fool's Day? Give one of my fake word-find puzzles to your smart students (family, friends, or colleagues) and then sit back to watch the fun unfold.
Yes, eager to find the words (words that are not there), your puzzle-loving enthusiasts will soon realize the jig is up and immediately begin plotting their April Fool's revenge!
You can download my amusing book of puzzles right now. The digital ebook contains a fun bundle of six ordinary-looking joke word search puzzles to use for April Fooling or any-day pranking. It also features my original world-loved Animals Puzzle #12 that kicked off the series in 2005 and has delighted teachers, parents, and pranksters ever since.
“More, please!” —Oliver T.
Easily click the BUY NOW button below and pay through PayPal. You will receive an instant download link with your transaction in which to save the book to your own device and print pages.
April Fool's Joke Puzzles
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Enjoy endless fun and delight with these reprintable puzzles you can use annually (or any time) with children and adults in your classroom, workshop, office, or home:
“Your puzzles stink!” —Tommy, 3rd grader
I designed my first fake fun puzzle in 2005 (Animals Puzzle #12) and it became an instant, hilarious hit! Parents and teachers (and even a college professor studying the psychological effects of stress-induced not-word-finding in students) sent me notes of love and adoration asking for more, so I designed a slew of 'em in this brilliant volume that can be used over and over year after year.
Read at whisper volume:Shhhhh … THE SECRET TO MY JOKE IS … My word search puzzles appear to be real. They are not. The words on the “find” list are absent from the letter grid, like a second-grader with the chicken pox.
These precious puzzles are designed for the tens of thousands of teachers, parents, college professors, and pranksters who come back to my site every April 1 looking for more. Oh, and for the wonderful children! We can't forget about the children, who without their eager little participation, the completion of this hilarious prank would not be possible!
This special book bundle features six hilarious, printable puzzles designed in black ink for quick and easy printing. Reprintable means you can print a bunch for your classroom this year and next year, too! My license gives buyers endless printing freedom, so please support the artist (me) by purchasing your own copy. I promise you'll have fun with these puzzles on April Fool's Day (and any other day you want to play a joke on your students) for the rest of your teaching career.
April first is one extra special day out of the year that creative, innovative thinking can flourish everywhere: at home, in the classroom, and at the office.
Funning around on April Fools' day is ripe for opportunities for creativity and imagination to rein supreme. We love playful jokes that contain the element of surprise, twist mundane perceptions into delightful new ones, and especially those that create unbelievable new realities that test our sense of actuality.
If your trick includes altering perceptions of someone else's environment or personal property, keep these tips in mind for the best results:
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