The Magic Class

The Magic Class is a unique program that allows your child and guests to gain some intriguing new skills while also enjoying an entertaining magic show.
Here’s a simple overview of the fascinating tricks your child will learn and the accompanying kit that we give to each child:
Magic Kit:
Each child gets their own kit so they can practice at home and show off their new skills. The kit includes a short length of rope, a deck of cards, a magic wand, and a pack of crayons all combined in a zip-lock bag. (The bag is also used in one of the magic tricks.)
Special Skills:
  • Sleight of Hand and Misdirection—These are skills apprentice magicians must master, and we teach the basics of how it works and when to use it.
  • The Fine Art of Showmanship—The children are taught not just the mechanics of how a magic trick is done but also how to make the magic interesting and entertaining.
Magic Class Flow:
With each magic routine, we first perform the magic trick and then we ask the audience to guess how it’s done. This is followed by a detailed explanation and another run-through of the routine from a different angle. Finally, we hand out the props to the audience and practice the routine all together before moving on to our next routine. We wrap up the show with all the children taking the Magicians Oath, ”Enter OATH here”. We then go on to make balloons for all the young magicians. If your child loves performing or magic, click here to book us for the Magic Class! To see what other party programs we have to offer, check out our site: http://letspartytokyo.com/

Magic Class: FAQ

  • Q: What’s the ideal age range for the Magic Class?
  • A: We’ve found that this is a fantastic program for 7 year olds on up, but we’ve also done it for some 5 and 6 year old participants who sat through the full hour learning each routine along with the older ones.
  • Q: What are the 5 magic routines you teach?
  • A: This is best shown and not explained, but here’s a simple overview:
  1. Mr. Bagee Does Tricks—Using the Ziploc bag, we introduce Mr. Bagee, a small friend who obeys simple commands.
  2. Sniffing Out the Chosen Card—Every magician needs to know at least one bit of magic using cards, and this is a great routine that uses an ordinary deck of cards.
  3. The Magic Knot/Not Really a Knot—Rope magic! Magically tie a knot and slide it off the length of rope.
  4. Colorful Mind Reading—Mental telepathy using crayons.
  5. Two Boys—A trick with a great story using a magic wand and some sleight of hand