Interesting in learning some kids magic tricks? They’re easy to learn and do. If you’re a magician who’s just starting out, you may want to look into kids magic tricks. They don’t need a lot of practice or preparation.
Tricks such as the Broken Pencil Trick, the Eggcup Trick, and the Vanishing Coin Trick are frequently part of magic kits sold to kids, and they’re easy to do. Most kits include all the things you’ll need to perform these tricks.
Most kids magic tricks don’t require too much time to prepare. Just as an example, you only need two matchboxes (one of them empty) and a rubber band to perform the Empty Matchbox trick.
All you do to perform the matchbox trick is attach the filled box to your arm where your audience can’t see it, then hold the empty box in your hand while you shake your arm. Ask your audience how many matches are in the box; they’ll hear the matches shake, but their attention will be on the empty box!
The Wine into Water trick is another excellent kids magic trick. All you need is water, bleaching powder, and some red food coloring.
You will first pour water into a clear glass and mix in some red food dye. The water will now resemble wine.
Now dump that red ‘wine’ into a glass filled with a little bleaching powder. The bleach goes to work right away, turning the water clear. Now if you really are going to let a kid do this trick, don’t let them do it alone! Bleach is a dangerous chemical.
What if you can’t find a good magic kit? It’s a simple matter to perform kids magic tricks by using common household items. After all, you only need a pencil if you’re going to do the Rubber Pencil Trick.
You can make the pencil look rubbery if you hold it loosely near the tip and wobble it around. Kids love seeing these kinds of illusions.
Kids magic tricks are fun for kids, but they’re also great for adults too. Whether you’re a kid or an adult, if you’re a beginning magician, it’s a good idea to start learning some of these fun and easy tricks.
Performing kids magic tricks successfully to a crowd will help you get ready for more difficult tricks in front of a crowd.