I do. My best trick ever was two years ago, 2008.
I made meat loaf and mashed potatoes for dinner.
I prepared the meatloaf the usual way, but instead of shaping it into loaves, I used two round cake pans. That was the “cake”. I made mashed potatoes, and then divided it into three portions – one to leave uncolored, for “white frosting”, and two that I added food coloring to, for green and red “frosting”. When the meatloaf was done, I removed it from the round pans, . . . → Read More: Do you play April Fool’s jokes on the kids?
A new freebie from The Old Schoolhouse has arrived! Check it out by clicking on the pic.
I haven’t had a chance to look through it yet – it was just posted a couple of hours ago, and it’s my bedtime now – but I’ll be back tomorrow and share some highlights!
(And just in case you missed it, here’s a link to the Thanksgiving and Christmas Supplement they gave away during the last Holiday season… check it out, too!)
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Living Books Curriculum is offering a free St. Patrick’s Day Holiday Helper. It has short stories, artwork, copywork, a map, and a recipe – a little bit of everything. Looks like a neat mini-unit study that I can use on the spur of the moment, since didn’t have anything planned for St. Patrick’s Day.
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