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    Magic Tricks That Kids Can Do at Home

    by Laurie Swenson
    Magic shows have a long history of entertaining and fascinating audiences. Children can thrill their family and friends by putting on a fun magic show at home. All they need are some props, to learn a few simple math tricks and to perfect their craft.
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