Looking for kid magic tricks? You've come to the right place.
Maybe recently you noticed that your kid or a favorite nephew has taken to magic in a big way. He's glued to the TV screen with eyes full of excitement every time a magic show comes on. He imitates his favorite magicians and tries to perform some of the tricks he saw (but sadly without success).
In this case, kid magic tricks or a magic kit is the perfect gift to get him for his next birthday. Make his dreams come true. Help him to be the magician he wants to be. Watch his little face light up with pride and enjoyment as he performs amazing tricks to fool and entertain his friends. He'll be the talk of the town (or at least your neighborhood)!
Magic is really a wonderful hobby for kids. It can help them develop public speaking skills, manual dexterity and self-confidence. It can also stimulate their thinking, creativity and imagination.
Magic is a hobby that your kid will never outgrow, unlike other regular toys. It simply grows with your kid as he achieves higher skill levels. Who knows? Your kid may even grow up to be the next David Copperfield or Lance Burton and make it a lucrative career.
In fact, many of today's top magicians and illusionists can trace their early start in magic back to the time when a favorite uncle or grandfather pulled a coin out of their ears, or gave them a box of kid magic tricks.
Keep these useful tips in mind when shopping for kid magic tricks:
Check the "Recommended Age Group" of the magic kit. Find one that matches your kid's age. This is to avoid getting tricks that are too difficult for your kid to perform.
Look for high-quality props and packaging. Ensure that the props look sturdy enough to withstand handling by an active kid.
Sometimes magic kits are endorsed by a famous magician, with the magician's name and picture displayed on the box. These are often of better quality. It can also be motivating if it happens to be the kid's favorite magician.
Some magic kits have a packaging box that can double as a performing table. Some come with a top hat and a magic wand. These extra props will help your kid to look the part without having to buy them separately.
When buying more than one magic kit, try to compare the trick list (if listed on the outside) to avoid having a lot of duplicate tricks.
Help your kids learn and practise the tricks well before putting on a show. There is nothing more damaging to a kid magician than being embarrassed in front of all his friends.