ASEP Tricks

TRICKS for Elementary School’s “After School Enrichment Program”  2017 – 2018  

These are the tricks for this school year:

Chinese Wallet – Make small items appear, vanish or change with this classic trick.  The audience will be amazed as the items jump around and disappear.

Ball & Vase – A small vase is shown to contain a ball. The ball is placed in the pocket. After a magic pass, the ball is found inside the vase! Ball can be vanished from the vase and found in the pocket!

Computer Age Cards – With this set of cards magician can quickly tell any chosen number or someone’s age, from 1 to 60, without ever asking.

Bottle & String – A piece of rope is inserted in a small vase. The vase is released and does not fall. Real magic! Can be examined.

Buddah Papers – Coins, keys, bills, paper slips, tokens, and similar small items can be produced or vanished from a packet of folded papers, or items placed in the packet of folded papers can be changed to other items.

Houdini Beads – Three beads are threaded onto two strings. While spectator securely holds the ends of the strings, magician removes all three beads.

Royal Tel-A-Vision – Magician can demonstrate his ESP by successfully revealing secretly selected colors on a cube placed inside a box sealed with a lid. Can be examined.

Joker 6-Card Monte – The performer shows three cards. Two of these are court cards, and one is an odd spot card. The fan of cards is turned over, and a spectator is asked to find the odd card. When the odd spot card is turned face up, it is found to have changed into an entirely different card, with a funny message on it. Supplied complete with five humorous message cards, and a blank for your own message.

Everyone gets a Special Box to put all the tricks in it.

There’s more! You get 1 or 2 BONUS TRICKS IN EACH CLASS – WOW!

There’s more! On the last day of class, students will perform a Magic Show for their parents and family followed by a graduation ceremony.

There’s more! Everyone gets a Magic Wand, a Magic Hat and a Diploma.


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