One of the students asked me today: “And tomorrow we have to go to school or not, tomorrow is April 1?”
Children treat this day like a holiday, so why not come tomorrow in funny costumes, crazy hairstyles and crazy hats? Everything is like in the adventures of Alice in Wonderland.
However, children from the 3rd grade recently read “Alice in Wonderland” and “Alice Through the Looking Glass” by British writer Lewis Carroll. Of course they read it in the original language. And now this book is one of their favourites for many.
By the way, April Fool’s Day is a worldwide holiday celebrated on April 1 in many countries. On this day, it is customary to play pranks on your friends, and in Great Britain there is a time limit – you can only joke until noon. Will you have time to prank your friends tomorrow before 12:00?