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    For April Fools, one of my teacher friends played this awesome trick on her students!! Liked it so much I had to post this somehow! She told her students that she made them brownies. She told them she would give them to them at the end of the day. All day long they talked about them. She cut out a bunch of brown letter Es. She pulled out the "brown Es" at the end of the day and they were so sad! Good thing she had brought real brownies too! This is so great, so stealing this Brittany!!

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    • CYDNEY HATCH

      Tell students that you made them brownies. Cut out a bunch of brown letter Es. Bring real brownies too.

    • Mandy Stib

      For April Fools, a teacher told her students that she made them brownies. She told them that she would hand them out at the end of the day. All day long the students talked about them. At the end of the day she pulled out a bag of brown letter 'E's and the students were so disappointed! If I do this, I'll make sure to bring some chocolate brownies too :).

    • Emily Jordan

      Teacher friends, here is a great April Fool's Day prank for your class: All day long, tell your students you brought brownies for them that they will get at the end of the day. Then at the end of the day give them the letter E cut from brown paper - brown E's! Haha. And if you're a really nice teacher, you could have actual brownies after you say 'April Fool's'.

    • Alicia Renaud

      A teacher told her students that she made them brownies. She told them she would give them to them at the end of the day. All day long they talked about them. She cut out a bunch of brown letter Es. She pulled out the "brown Es" at the end of the day and they were so sad! Good thing she had brought real brownies too! This is so great, so stealing this!!! *evil laugh*

    • Adriane Fischer

      For April Fools-- play this awesome trick on your students!! Tell your students that you made them brownies. Tell them you will give them to them at the end of the day. All day long talk about them. Cut out a bunch of brown letter Es. out the "brown Es" at the end of the day! Bring real brownies too!

    • Sarah Haney

      REPOSTED...For April Fools, a teacher played this awesome trick on her students! Liked it so much I had to post this somehow! She told her students that she made them brownies. She told them she would give them to them at the end of the day. All day long they talked about them. She cut out a bunch of brown letter Es. She pulled out the "brown Es" at the end of the day and they were so sad! Good thing she had brought real brownies too!

    • Jess Graham

      Creative Critterz Imaginations: Brownies? or Brown "E"s? Treat Can Trick

    • Marleen Medrano

      April Fools: Brownies or Brown E's?

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