April Fools’ Day: 12 Funny Pranks For Kids at Home

April Fools’ Day: 12 Funny Pranks For Kids at Home

If you play any of the following “good pranks,” we won’t be responsible for your actions, so be sure you can handle the fallout. Take responsibility for your decisions and deal with issues as they come up.

Children If you want to play nice pranks, get an adult with good judgment involved, avoid trouble, and don’t be rude! Are you looking for the cutest kid-friendly practical jokes?

Luckily, this mischief (i.e., different kind of waterworks) is more humorous than malicious. It’s also very easy to pull off this prank: Just discreetly attach a small square of tape—duct tape is better than scotch tape, but it will still work—to the underside of the faucet to create an unexpected sprinkler effect.

Make chocolate chip cookies to celebrate April Fool’s Day. Naturally, though, do not discuss April Fool’s Day ahead of time. Mash potatoes for the kid-approved cookie recipe. Additives like black pepper that impart color to food should be avoided.

When you add a lot of canned black beans, they will perfectly resemble chocolate chips. Transfer heaping spoonfuls of the mixture to a cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes. Give them to your child as cookies so they can sample and learn about the real taste.

Take off a few onions’ stems. Peel them and trim the ends to make them smooth. Stuff wooden craft sticks inside of them. Once the caramel is made, roll the onions in it. Using a spatula, spread the caramel evenly over the onion’s surface. Transfer them to a baking dish and refrigerate to cool. When your kids bite into it with great anticipation, they’ll find they don’t enjoy it.

Pour me a drink of water. A coaster should be placed over the top of the glass. Holding the coaster, turn the glass over. The coaster should be used to attach it to the glass. Keep the glass level and placed on the coaster. Immediately remove the coaster from under the glass and leave it there. When your child picks up the seemingly empty, upside-down glass, water will pour out of it. There might also be a note like “Happy cleaning, love mommy” attached.

Yes, that tried-and-true camp favorite. The short sheet maneuver is a tried-and-true technique that can be finished at any time before “lights out” with just five minutes of clever folding. The top sheet is used to make the bed as usual; however, instead of tucking it at the foot of the bed, fold it back toward the headboard to create the “short sheet,” which is simply a tiny sleep sack.

This one is best suited for slightly older kids because, let’s face it, April Fool really isn’t worth upsetting your toddlers’ delicate bedtime routine.

The night before April 1st, slip into your child’s room and make a few changes that will surprise them when they wake up. Change the chair’s position, dress the dolls in underwear, or even move dozing siblings into each other’s beds. When they wake up, they’ll be in for a ridiculous surprise, and they’ll be ready for a happy and hilarious April Fool’s Day.

Even though this April 1st hoax is very old, it never gets old! Purchase a pack of plastic bugs and freeze them into ice cubes to frighten the kids with their cold drink. (You’ll get extra disgust points if you use plastic roaches.) Another inexpensive thrill is to hide plastic bugs around the house where kids will squeal with joy when they find them.

Present a dessert fit for a dinner! Slice a thick piece of chocolate ice cream off the carton, cover it with plastic wrap, and then shape it into the shape of a steak with your hands. Once the ice cream is solid, use a skewer to pierce it with lines to give the appearance of grill marks. Next, crumbs made from chocolate wafers are applied to the lines. For the fries, cut frozen pound cake into sticks using a crinkle cutter. Dredge in melted butter, then bake for 8 minutes at 350 degrees, or until golden. Toss in the strawberry jam.

Try this when your young victim is taking a shower. As they start shampooing their hair, come in from behind with a bottle of shampoo in hand. Once your child has lathered their hair with shampoo and the shower has almost entirely removed the foam, apply more shampoo to their head from behind. When the shampoo eventually starts to irritate your child because it won’t rinse off, try not to laugh.

Does anyone in your family have a sweet tooth? This trick is perfect for them. Acquire some clean, fresh sponges and a container of frosting and sprinkles. (If you think your kid might be tempted to taste the fake treat, make sure to get natural sponges that don’t have any cleaning solution or chemicals added.)

Next, assemble the sponges into a “layer cake,” placing icing in between each sponge and adding another layer on top. Shake well, then allow someone to fork-eat a few pieces while it’s still on the counter. They’ll be astonished beyond belief when it hits the “sponge cake!”

Children who have trouble falling asleep will love this April Fool’s joke. Sneaking in at night, you can rearrange their furnishings, swap out their comforter, or even switch your kids’ beds. They’ll awaken wondering precisely what transpired while they were sleeping!

This April Fools’ joke is sure to “wow” kids who love thrilling surprises when they wake up. Puff up balloons to make a pocket, then cover your child’s door with multiple wide pieces of plastic wrap. Your child’s door will open in the morning to the sight of a gigantic balloon explosion.

SHINING STAR – Add some baby oil to the shampoo or conditioner. (Good for hair but this is asking for a 100% good pranks revenge!

OOPS – Hide a big fake spider in her fav handbag!

LIVE A LITTLE – Hide several alarm clocks set 5 minutes apart from 3 AM in her bedroom!

OUCH! – Is she reading a nice thick Romance Novel? Remove the last two pages carefully! (Do keep them for her!)

RED – Add some food coloring to her Nail Polish 2-3 drops will do. Red in Red and Pink in Pink will last a few days longer even when removed!

TANNED – Add some self-tan lotion to her body lotion. Don’t mix well, it’s meant to be streaky.

YUM YUM – Put a little bit of Peanut Butter on the handle of her favorite cupboard or drawer. (Underneath and out of sight works best. Not a nice feel, not a nice look on hands!)

LITTLE BLACK NUMBER – Those cute little black sandals will look cute even when she takes them off – add a little black shoe polish on the inside. (Be prepared to replace them!). You do know you are looking for serious trouble and a good spank instead of good pranks?

FLYLICIOUS – Plastic little black flies or roaches available from toy stores in her favorite breakfast cereal goes down well in Good Pranks.

EEEW! – The next time she’s having a warm drink, drop 2-3 raisins in. These will sink to the bottom and will be a nice last sip surprise! A 5 Star Good Pranks winner for any occasion!

SMALL SHOES – Stuff some cotton wool into the toes of his favorite shoes. He will think his feet grew or his shoes shrank.

STUCK – Glue his shampoo bottle or deodorant’s cap so that it can’t open and make sure it’s the only bottle in the bathroom!

NO FOAM – Coat a bar of soap with clear nail polish and let it dry. Then put it into the shower …

STICKY – Unscrew the showerhead and put some Cool-Aid Drink Mix powder behind the filter. The victim will be surprised when a bright, sticky mess comes pouring down.

CLOSED – Sew up the fly on the victim’s underwear. This trick works best when you know they’ll have to use a public restroom.

FROZEN CEREAL – Pour some cereal and milk into a bowl. Put the bowl into the freezer. The next morning take it out and pour a small amount of milk and few flakes of cereal on top. Then serve it to your brother and watch the struggle.

YUMMY SOAP – Replace the liquid soap with syrup for sticky good pranks!

ITCHY? – Put toothpaste, shaving cream, or baby powder on his fingers while he is asleep. Then tickle his nose.

VERY HOT – Know when he is likely to use the toilet? Rub some Deep Heat or any other type of warming Muscle Rub on the toilet seat!

NEW GIRLFRIEND – When you meet his girlfriend for the first time. Tell her, “Oh, you must be Gina” I have heard a lot about you. Even though you know her real name is Helen.

April Fool’s Day is celebrated on April 1 every year. The day is marked with laughter and cheer as people play pranks on each other. …

Some April Fool’s jokes take serious preparation but some are simple that you can play on your loved ones in the morning before they’ve even …

April Fools’ Day is the day for everyone to make fun of, however, sometimes, the pranks could lead to something extremely wrong!

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