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Tagged 27 March 2015, COTA, Job, OT
by Eric Raj, M.S. CCC-SLP
Pop quiz: What’s the name of the silly and mischievous holiday that’s celebrated each year on April 1st? If you guessed April Fool’s Day, give yourself a round of applause because you nailed it. Great job!
I can still remember how fun April Fool’s Day was back when I was a child.
That day was the best. My elementary school teachers would always pull hilarious pranks on us students. These pranks were not malicious at all, far from it. They were tasteful and had the ability to make each and every youngster in the class laugh out loud. Ah, thinking about those wonderful April Fool’s Day memories seriously causes me to smile ear to ear.
Fast forward a few years . . .
Now I have the ability to keep that wonderful April Fool’s Day tradition going as a school-based speech-language pathologist. That’s exactly why I’ve collected 3 of my most favorite favorite April Fool’s Day pranks that any SLP can play on his or her speech therapy students in order to generate a barrel of laughs and a boat load of conversation.
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