OK, ok, so a few of you caught on (those of you actually reading this blog, that is) to my little April Fool's prank. And ok, ok, so it's pretty much the same thing I did last year. But it seemed fun last year, so why not try it again?
Several years ago, artists of various comic strips in the newspaper switched places and drew each other's strips on April 1st. The Dilbert guy drew Garfield. The Garfield guy drew Rose is Rose. The Rose is Rose guy drew Foxtrot. Etc. I loved it. I wish they would do it every year.
It inspired me to try the same thing here with a few blogs. So a few of us switched places for the day. If you read my post yesterday and were wondering why I seemed so chippy and talking about kindergarteners--ACTUAL kindergarteners, not just kids who ACT like kindergarteners--then know this. It weren't me! Yesterday's post was written by Halpey of Look at my Happy Rainbow!
MY post, continuing the topic of Reasonableness (and un) can be found at Mr. D's blog, I Want to Teach Forever (FAME!) Definitely worth checking out! You can also read my honeymoon plea!
Here's the entire list of April Fools:
I posted "Reasonable" Math Problems at I Want to Teach Forever.
Mr. D posted Use a Dartboard to Review Geometry and Probability at Mrs. Bluebird's Classroom.
Mrs. Bluebird posted Molly the Manager at Successful Teaching.
Loonyhiker posted Looks aren't Everything at Scheiss Weekly.
Mamacita posted "Adult" means "Dirty" at Look at My Happy Rainbow!
Halpey posted Q is for Quickie Mart Clerk? here on Learn Me Good.
Hope you enjoyed this fun little activity! If you did, please leave a comment or two!
Oh, and in honor of the month of April and the Fools that go with it, I am offering the Kindle version of Learn Me Good for the (foolishly?) low price of $1.99! Download yours now!