Internet Magic

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Magic In The Spotlight

April 3, 2008 -- From Carson, age 14, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

MITS review and produces some of the best podcasts and stuff every! If you like magic like I do, you MUST visit the site!

Learn Magic With Chris

February 3, 2008 -- From Gregory, a reader, from Toronto, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

Learn Magic with Chris teaches young children simple, elegant magic tricks that can be made with stuff found around the home. Chris teaches using video making use of unique camera angles that make it exceptionally easy to learn Chris’ hand movements.

Magic Trick Video Tutorials

June 1, 2007 -- From David, a reader, from Leamington Spa, England, who is affiliated with the site.

This site has over 150 videos of great magic tricks. They are for all ages and all skill levels.

Secret Messages for Kids

May 5, 2006 -- From Zoe Feast, a reader from St Louis , Missouri, who is affiliated with the site

A cool site where you can learn how to decode all sorts of secret messages. Take the secret message challenge to see if you are a secret message master!

April 19, 2006 -- From Kevin, a parent from Blue Lake, CA, who is affiliated with the site shows how to perform hundreds of magic tricks, including basic card and coin tricks, and sleight of hand. There are even tips for budding magicians who want to put on a magic show for their friends.

Card Magic

February 8, 2006 -- From Enrico Lorenzo, a parent from Philippines, who is not affiliated with the site

Good site about card magic. Explains the effect, then reveals the trick.

Magician’s Hidden Library

October 5, 2005 -- From Craig Conley, a teacher from Chapel Hill, NC, who is affiliated with the site

This site offers the complete text of MAGIC WORDS: A DICTIONARY for free online reading. The book is a resource for magic enthusiasts, word lovers, and anyone intrigued by the creative power of language. There are over 500 essay-style entries on magic words from around the world.