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Magic Trick Christmas Gifts for Dads with Kids 2010

Paul Banas
Author Paul Banas
Submitted 17-10-2007

Still thinking about what to get Dad for the holidays? Let GreatDad.com guide you with our top recommendations of gift suggestions for dads. And, since we’re dads ourselves, we went beyond the usual suspects of slippers, ties, sports and other predictable presents to offer ideas that will not only surprise him but will let him know that you truly appreciate all he does.

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Legends of Magic Magic Set – $49.95 Everything’s here for dad to learn and perform all the classic
magic tricks with a young magician.  This may be just the right thing
for them to learn together.  Imagine the magic duo they will make.

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Gross magic – $29.95 simple classic tricks all revised to include a gross-out factor, including boogers, eyeballs, and snot.

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Klutz book of magic – $11.53 As usual, the Klutz people put together a compelling low-cost package of tricks for kids (and adults) 8+. This book is especially good because it comes with five physical props in a little kit on the front. Kids, especially the younger ones, love tricks that work right “out of the box.” These tricks are not simple, but the props make them more compelling and won’t frustrate a child on a plane or vacation where “common household items” might not be accessible. The book explains the basics from “palming a quarter” all the way through making a handkerchief disappear.

1 comments
Simon
Simon

I think magic games and toys make excellent gifts. Especially with the last Harry Potter book having come out kids are just getting over their magical fantasy. This makes a nice move from the world of magic in books to reality. Card tricks are always easy and my favorite.