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DO SHOCKING 'MIND READING' MAGIC TRICK WITH ANY PAPER NAPKIN!
Easy Magic Tricks for Beginners and Kids
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Magic tricks for kids can be a ton of fun and are a great way for parents and nannies to keep the family entertained. After all, who doesn't love a bit of magic and delight? Magic tricks are fun, sure, but there's even more to it: Magic is good for kids, asserts Nicholas "Magical Nick" Pugh, a Pennsylvania-based magician. This is a classic magic trick that even the youngest magicians can perform. By holding a regular pencil down by the eraser and shaking it at just the right speed, it appears to become made of bendable rubber instead of wood. This one doesn't take any special skill, just a lot of practice to get the speed and technique just right. See the video for step-by-step instructions.
Do you want to impress your friends with a few easy magic tricks? Whether you're an adult or a kid, it's fun to learn these illusions using card s, coins, or some other simple objects.
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13 Incredible Magic Tricks (With Really Simple Secrets)
Many magicians devote their entire lives to mastering the art of illusion, but you don't have to go to such great lengths to impress your friends and family. With the right know-how and a little practice, you can easily learn to perform a number of jaw-dropping tricks that are guaranteed to leave onlookers in awe! Start by perfecting a few simple beginner tricks, like making a pencil float in the palm of your hand or passing a cup through a solid tabletop. You can then work your way up to more difficult tricks, such as rubbing a coin into your skin and making yourself levitate, to keep your audience spellbound. Alternative: Use your rubbing hand to covertly slide the coin off of the table and into your lap while making it look like you're picking it up. Tip: Slip into a pair of flat-soled shoes with thick, chunky heels.