Preschool means the onset of a hoard of activities and playtime. Besides kids also get to participate in group activities, learn team work and showcase their innate talents annually. Despite the fact that most preschools encourage group performances, parents can train their little ones to perform individual mono-acts. 'Magic show' is one such special mono-acting skill. Such shows can be presented by the toddlers at school functions as well as at family reunions.
Here is a list of some of the best and extremely easy magic tricks that any preschooler can easily pull off in front of family, friends or franchise preschool audience.
The "Magnetic Pencil" is one of the easiest magic tricks ever. A tot just grabs the wrist with a hand a pencil appears to stick to the hand. Just as the little one lets the wrist go, the pencil drops. At the end, he or she can pass the pencil to the audience for examination.
Another pencil trick is the rubber pencil which is an optical illusion. Make the little one wave the pencil so that appears to bend while it actually doesn't.
In 'hole in the hand', pass cardboard or paper towel tubes to the audience. Now ask the audience to place their left hands against the tube with the palm of your hand facing them. Now ask them to look straight ahead with both eyes open and they can see that a hole has formed in their hand!
Try the phantom coin trick in which two large coins are held together between the index fingers. Now rub the coins up and down quickly to make an illusion that a third coin appears magically!
Another interesting one is the finger trick. The little one places two fingers with a paper on them on the table. One at a time, they put the hand behind their back to switch fingers; then they can place a finger with no paper back on the table. Same thing can be repeated the other hand. Now the magician can announce that he or she will bring the paper back and then the first step is repeated. Only that this time they replace the fingers without paper with fingers having paper. It is best to do this trick with the index and middle fingers.
Ask the little one to utter some words like 'Hocus Pocus!' or 'Abra-ca-dabra!' and start these tricks. Preschools owned by major franchise groups conduct an annual function; it is here that preschoolers get to present their talent. So performing a magic show is followed by a lot of accolade and cheer for the little one; he or she also gains confidence to face the crowd alone and complete a task on stage. Besides it is something entirely different from the regular dancing, singing and fancy dressing. Thus training the tot to perform a magic trick with inexpensive objects is easy as well as a great way to instill a special talent from a tender age.
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