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Magic Sets and Kits for Dads and Kids

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Magic, as we mentioned before, never fails to capture a child's imagination. Here are some products that will help bring out the magic in you and your kids:

 

Discovery First Magician's Set


Product Description:

Great tricks for small hands turn young children into instant magicians.

  • Easy and fun illusions to perform
  • Puppet assistant helps with performance
  • Magician's cape with secret pocket
  • Pop-up fabric top hat
  • Trick wand sets the mood
  • Entertaining and intriguing tricks
  • Easy-to-follow instruction manual

Coin Magic

by Inc. Klutz (Editor)


Book Description:

Twenty-four of the best coin tricks on the planet, complete with a very sneaky double-headed quarter. Master these moves, and you're guaranteed a little magic in your pocket at all times.

Back to Basics: Legends of Magic


Product Description:

The best ever created Legends of Magic Set, according to The International Brotherhood of Magicians. Comes with quality props to perform more than 200 illusions, including a working illusion table, Chinese sticks, metal linking rings, detailed instruction booklet, bibliography of the Legends of Magic, and an instructional DVD with rare footage of the masters. Box size 14.75"l x 19.75"w x 4.5"h, Weight 7.75 lbs.

The Klutz Book of Magic


Product Review:

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.

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