Magic Camp

+ $25 Registration Fee
+ $20 Supply Fee
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Magic Camp

In this five day camp, students will learn the art of performing illusions based on the eight types of stage magic: production, vanish, transportation, transformation, levitation, animation, tear and restore, and solid-through-solid. They will use cards, coins, mental magic, and more! SOMA’s camp program includes stage magic instruction as well as confidence-building activities, theater games, prop building, writing, and crafts. This is a great "introduction to magic" camp!

Difficulty Level
Beginner
Prerequisite
Learning Goals

Fuel your Kid’s love of magic

We understand the challenge of finding magic tricks suitable for kids that strike the perfect balance of satisfaction and entertainment.

Our magic has been carefully curated to unearth the most enjoyable and challenging tricks tailored specifically for this age group.

The magic supply kit includes a standard deck of cards, a 12 inch black silk, magician's rope, four sponge balls, two rubber bands, a coin, a small notebook, and pencil.

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Course Map

We offer six courses over three levels. As students progress through the program, the classes become more focused as well as challenging.

Private Lesson Course

We currently offer Fundamentals of Magic as a private course. You get to choose the day and time that works for you. These classes run 30-40 minutes because we can go faster with one student. We have limited availability for these lessons. Contact brian@encountermagic.com to set up a time.

Build Self esteem and confidence

Studies have found that all students (including those with learning difficulties, behavioral challenges, and physical disabilities) exhibit greater self-esteem scores after studying and performing magic.

improve hand eye coordination

In a study of forty people studying magic, all showed significant improvement in both the use of the left and right hands, and their ability to use both hands together.

grow with support of a community

Teachers report that incorporating magic into their curriculum encourages students to help one another, and increases leadership, socialization, peer relationships, and collaboration.