So how many of you are planning to fool your students tomorrow? My students always seem to love April Fool's day, and to be honest I have fun with it too. One of my favorite tricks is my special timed test. My class takes a 20 question, 1 minute timed multiplication test every morning, and tomorrow there will be a few surprises on the test. It will look like the test they take everyday, but as the problems progress I've thrown in surprise problems. I did it last year and some of my students thought it was hilarious-after they figured out that it was a joke. I've attached a copy of our test, which is nothing special at all, but I wanted to share. I'd love to hear your ideas!