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A Proven Junior Magician's Curriculum
by Dave Arch


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(1 review, 2 customer ratings) ★★★★

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A Proven Junior Magician's Curriculum by Dave Arch

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As Executive Director of The Omaha Magical Society and author of a magic club leaders resource blog, Dave Arch saw the need for a low-cost junior magician's curriculum that could be taught by someone with even an entry-level knowledge of magic as long as they had a passion for growing kids in their personal confidence and social skills.

What you now have is the result of a two-year effort to build the curriculum, create the videos, and field test the project - fine-tuning it based on what was discovered out in the field.

Our hope is that you find it a resource that will be of use to your magic club in fulfilling its mission.

1st edition 2024, PDF 32 pages.
word count: 7662 which is equivalent to 30 standard pages of text



Reviewed by James Capobianco (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★   Date Added: Wednesday 20 March, 2024

This book is fabulous! IBM Ring 6 meets at the Community Arts Center (CAC) in Wallingford (a suburb of Philadelphia) PA. Each year, the CAC hosts a Summer Camp for children. Students from kindergarten through high school attend; the classes are divided according to age brackets. The curriculum includes dance, music, sculpting, painting, acting, etc. Basically, the various art forms are taught. Last year, the CAC hired our Ring to teach magic as part of the course offerings. It was a huge success, and we have been invited back again this Summer. This book will be invaluable in structuring a curriculum for our upcoming Summer Camp.

Thanks so much to Lybrary and the author for making this available for free. This book will prove most beneficial as we pass on our beloved art form to the future generations of magicians. If just one child out of the many whom we taught takes up the art and goes on to become a good magician, then our effort was worthwhile.