Learn over 300 cool tricks! When kids see the 90-minute DVD included in this kit of Houdini and other famous magicians performing their tricks, they'll believe they can do those tricks, too. They can!
What makes this kit so special is the "illusion box" that helps kids make items appear and disappear, and that also makes a very official-looking performance table.
Also included are a plethora of props (Production Tubes, Phantom Deck, Chinese Sticks, Puzzle Box, Metal Linking Rings, Drawer Box, and more) and an 82-page "Official Illustrated Instruction Manual" that both teaches you how to perform amazing tricks and offers great tips on what is perhaps one of the most important parts of any magic show: using compelling conversation to keep your audience enthralled.
Learn fascinating facts; build skills, confidence, and poise; and have a great time!
• Learn over 300 cool tricks! • Magic tricks kit includes a 90-minute DVD of famous magicians performing tricks • Includes an illusion box • Includes Production Tubes, Phantom Deck, Chinese Sticks, Puzzle Box, Metal Linking, Rings, Drawer Box, and more • 82-page "Official Illustrated Instruction Manual • Learn fascinating facts; build skills, confidence, and poise; and have a great time!
Comments about Product: My 10 year old daughter really wanted a Magic Kit for Christmas. I purchased A Magic Kit at a department store for about $20. But, when I saw this Kit in the catalog I thought, "If Hearthsong is carrying it, this must be a better quality kit." I always believed that Hearthsong would only carry the best for your money and this cost considerably more at [$]. Besides the fact that this kit has a few extra tricks (only a few), the quality was no better than the $20 kit I purchased first. I should have saved my money.
Comments about Product: But only for an older child. Kit seems pretty complete. My 7 year old daughter wanted to "do magic", so we bought this for her for Christmas. So far it has mostly remained in the box - as good as a reader as she is, the directions are well over her ability to read and understand. Have to admit that even I have trouble trying to figure out how the tricks work! We'll hold on to it until she's a bit older. . . would probably be just fine for a 10-11 year old.