5 Surprisingly Easy Magic Tricks That Will Blow Your Kids’ Minds

Playing with your kids is always fun and full with love and smiles from everywhere. I love this and i always happy when i play with kids.

If you still look some cool idea how to impress them and to took their whole attention than these genius magic tricks are the right choice for everyone.
We have choose 5 easy to do but very very impressive magic tricks. Make them all and surprise your loved ones . Enjoy!

Turn water into ice as it pours


Here’s how it works: Put a water bottle in the freezer until just before it reaches the point of freezing (somewhere around two hours), then take it out and pour it onto a piece of ice. This, for science-y reasons, turns the water into “instant ice.” 2Watch this tutorial to get more in-depth details.

Make a ring defy gravity by rising up a string

3Here’s how it works: The “string” in this case is actually a rubber band. As you stretch the rubber band, it gives the illusion the ring is rising up the string, when in fact it is just the rubber band elongating. Learn more here. 4

Make a ketchup pack rise and fall in a bottle of water

5Here’s how it works: You can make the packet rise and fall by subtly squeezing (and releasing) the bottle with your right hand. Your kids won’t notice what your right hand is doing if you make a show of “controlling” the packet with your left hand. 6Watch this tutorial here.

 Make a coffee cup float in the air

7Here’s how it works: The secret behind this one is incredibly simple — you stick the thumb on your right hand through the Styrofoam to keep the cup aloft, then add a lot of razzle-dazzle with your fingers and left hand. 8 video tutorial.

Draw a boy out of the word “boy.”

9 Here’s how it works: This cute party trick uses the “b” and “o” to form the boy’s eyes, and the “y” to make the side of the boy’s face.10tutorial here.

Stick a pencil through a bag of water without spilling a drop

11Here’s how it works: There’s no trick here, just science. When you stick the pencil through the plastic bag, the bag’s molecular make-up causes it to create a seal around the pencil. Learn more here.

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