Easy April Fools’ Day Crafts for Kids

Fool family and friends with a fart maker, lollipops and more. Take a peek at these April Fools' Day crafts for kids to do at home.

Get ready for the pranks and jokes to begin this April Fools’ Day! Do your children come up with funny ways to trick or surprise someone in your home? Maybe it’s the opposite and you like to do something silly for them as they start their day. No matter who the trickster is in your house, this roundup has a few ideas to keep everyone giggling all day long.

Diy Fart maker
Photo via allfortheboys.com

DIY Fart Maker

I know, I know – eww! But I have a feeling that the boys in your house will love this gag project from All for the Boys.

April Fools' Day lollipops
Photo via thedecoratedcookie.com

April Fool’s “Lollipops”

The Decorated Cookie has it right – this is a mean-mom trick! But it’s harmless and might just get an extra piece of broccoli onto your child’s dinner plate.

fake melted ice cream on a teal background
Photo via sheknows.com

Spilled Ice Cream Trick

The melted ice cream in this idea from She Knows isn’t really a frosty treat – it’s Play-Doh!

Yarn mustache on a stick
Photo via makeandtakes.com

Five Easy Ways to Make a Mustache

Looking for some silly photo props? Make and Takes shows you five different techniques to make one funny DIY mustache.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly. 

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