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Magic Party For Children

Why Have A Magic Party For Children?

As I write this, Britain’s Got Talent is starting its thirteenth series and magic is going to play a very big part again. A lot of those magicians appearing on the telly were inspired by watching magic at their birthday party. It is possible that they were invited up and took part in a magic trick. And when they did that trick – actually performed magic themselves – they got the ‘Magic Bug’. Look at this young man’s face. Imagine how good he felt. Only a Magic Party can give your child that feeling of amazement – They Did Magic!

What’s The Best Age For A Children’s Magic Party?

Here’s a guide for my birthday parties…

3rd Birthday Party: While I do perform short magic shows for pre-schools, I don’t do 3-year-old’s birthday parties. At this age, the birthday child and their little friends are too young to get what I do. They might like my bright appearance and funny actions, but my stories won’t hold their attention and they will become restless. It would be much better to wait until they are four years old.

4th Birthday Party: 4-year-olds can really enjoy one of my Magic Birthday Parties. The birthday child and their friends have gained some experience of being with other children and story telling at their pre-school or nursery. And even though it might be the first ever birthday party they have attended, my subtle approach of getting them all involved brings them out of their shell. My non-elimination games are easy to understand and are fun. And my magic shows are tailored specifically to their age group. The tricks I use and my performance is designed to get them involved and therefore keep their attention.

5th and 6th Birthday Party: 5-year-olds and 6-year olds are a really good age for my Children’s Magic Parties. They have had experience of attending birthday parties, they are used to some structure at school and they are developing their own characters. This means that when they arrive, they are ‘up for it’. One thing to remember is, because they are at school daily, they have also experienced the sort of everyday humdrum routine that school brings. They’ve been in the real world. So a birthday party is a time to let off steam and a chance to have some control. In my magic show, they are the ones who are doing the magic. They are the clever ones, much cleverer than me! Also, at this age, they may not have established a group of close friends (especially 5-year-olds who have just started school), they tend to be friends with the whole class. This means they would like the whole class at their party, which is fine for me, as there is no limit to the number of children you invite.

7th Birthday Party: This is still a good age for one of my Magic Parties. Like the five and six-year-olds, they know how to party. But 7-year-olds can have a cheeky edge to them. They like a joke and like to joke, so my style is ideal. They’re not treated like little babies. My magic show is again tailored to this specific age group, it contains tricks that will make them laugh and amaze them in equal measure. At my parties, they have the opportunity to escape the humdrum of daily life and have a great time.

8th Birthday Party and older: Once your child starts Junior School, you might think they are too old for the traditional children’s birthday party. It is fair to say that, by this age, they have established their own ideas about what they do and don’t like. But if they would like a Magic Party, I have the experience to provide you with a great party. To do this, I recommend your child has some input. With my Disco, Magic & Games package, they can choose to have some of their favourite songs included on the party playlist. To give you an idea of how I deal with this age group, my magic show contains tricks I usually perform for grown-ups and by the end of the party, I’m considered to be ‘cool’.

So that’s my guide to the best age for a Children’s Magic Party, I hope you’ve found it useful.

If your child is four and above, I can provide you with a less stress party which your birthday child will thoroughly enjoy. You can find more information about the packages I offer here, or get a quote.

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End of Season Celebrations

It’s The Party Season Finale

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The Football Season is coming to an end (And who’d have thought that Leicester would be Premier League Champions!)

The Cricket Season has just started (It snowed in the first week)

In Horse Racing, The Jump Season ended on April 23rd and the new Season started on April 24th.

But did you know that there is a Birthday Party Season?

It’s basically the same as the School Year, starting in September and finishing in August.

This means that if your child was born in September, their party will be the Curtain Raiser for the season. They will be the eldest in their class and all of their friends younger (some of them could be nearly a year younger).

And so it goes that if your child was born in August, theirs will be the Season Finale, with all of their classmates being older.

I use this ‘Season’ as a way of helping me plan for your Children’s Birthday Party. For instance if your son or daughter is 5 years old and their birthday is in October, most of the guests will be 4 year olds. But if their birthday is in June, most of the guests will already be 5.  So when I prepare my Magic Show for your party, I take this into account and use material that is going to work best for their age.

It’s just something I like to do to make your Child’s Birthday Party the best they’ve had!