Disclosure: I received a Magic : Silver edition to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.
My daughter has been interested in magic tricks and illusions for a while now. She took a leadership course a couple summers ago at a local church, which would allow her to volunteer. They taught her how to make balloon animals as one of the tricks to keep kids interested. It was from there that she started getting interested in different things that would keep kids entertained. One of the ideas that she had the most interest in was Magic tricks.
Magic: Silver Edition Provides Your Audiences With Great Entertainment
Grab your wand! The set includes high-quality magic props and simple illustrated instructions. The 100 magic tricks in this kit are easy to learn, practice, and master. Get ready to stun and amaze your audiences!
Dots appear and disappear in paddle tricks, while playing cards come and go and change places. In tricks with money, currency loses value, money doubles in value, and coins disappear from a coin box and then reappear. Coins appear to pass through handkerchiefs, disappear into thin air, and magically stay put when they shouldn’t! Paper money disappears and milk appears out of nowhere in tricks with tubes. A number of tricks involve knots and ropes: Knots in ropes untie themselves, jump from rope to rope, and disappear while a rope passes through solid objects.
A bottle floats in the air while a rigid wand becomes flexible. A magic wand grows and shrinks as well as passes through objects, and even emerges from an empty bag. The wand twists and levitates. Invisible forces move the wand. The wand tells time.
You will learn fun hanky tricks like how to have a piece of fabric appear, disappear, as well as get knotted and unknotted. In food tricks, salt and pepper separate, while oranges become apples, and sugar and spice don’t play very nice! Even everyday household objects get in on the action: Paperclips, pencils, thread, crayons, newspapers, as well as spoons take part in wild illusions. You will guess people’s ages and hypnotize their arms.
A 72-page instruction manual with color photographs illustrates how the tricks are performed. Video tutorials for the tricks are available online. For one magician, ages 8 and up, as well as many audience members.