Pranks Fireworks

Workshop Activities

1. Craft – What a Character! - Drawing caricatures

2. Key Points – Are You Pulling My Leg? - Fact or fiction game

3. Collaborative – Method to the Madness - Sequences

4. Writing – Get it? - Joke writing

5. Math/Logic – You Won't Believe Your Eyes! - Optical illusions

6. Genius Principle – Sfumato – Embracing ambiguitiy

7. Big Activity – Joke's on You! - prank practice

8. Movement - April Fish – An April Fool's game from France.

Disneyland Meetup

  • December 6th

Minecraft Class

  • Mixed-up animals

  • Visual puns

  • Optical illusions

  • Build Challenge: Fun trick surprises

Upcoming Activities

  • Call to Adventure – Livestream every Tuesday morning at 6:45 AM on Celebration Education Families Facebook page:

  • Field Trips

  • El Dorado Nature Center 12/13

  • Live Oak Christmas Tree Farm 12/13

  • Body Worlds exhibit and IMAX movie at California Science Center 1/17

  • Upcoming workshops in Santa Ana

  • 12/6 – How to use Celebration Education as a full curriculum

  • Italian Holiday Celebration in Corona 12/18


Read through the fireworks and choose five that you think might interest your child. Allow him or her to select 1-3 of them.

  • Take an everyday occurrence and exaggerate it – make it bigger or more dramatic. Tell a few people about it. Does anyone believe you?

  • Engineer a gag – maybe confetti that will dump on someone when they enter a room, or something else that will surprise someone. Write about your experience in your notebook.

  • Write a how-to book on how to pull pranks.

  • Make a chart that shows the differences between good pranks and bad pranks.

  • Design an joke billboard.

  • Write in your journal about a time when you pulled a prank on someone. How did they react? Did they think it was funny? Did they get you back?