Using language to take perspectives while talking about tricks kids play is so much fun for April Fool's Day or year round! There are 3 different ways to format the tricks: as a book, as task cards or as worksheets. Skills include: using facial expression and body language cues to tell feelings, filling in thinking bubbles to explain perspectives, explaining what happened in the trick, telling how they would feel about it and comparing the different points of view.
* a black and white set for photocopying
* 7 trick picture cards
* 7 task cards/book pages to tell what kids are thinking
* 7 worksheets to tell the trick, the feelings of the kids and a possible reason why
* 3 worksheets to tell how they feel about it and compare it to the kids in the pictures
* a feelings page with clipart
* a feelings word page
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