Want your family’s holiday greeting or birthday card to stand out among the rest?
Make an impact on someone’s celebration with a 3-D card your kids can make themselves.
In this article, I’ll show you how to make a pop-up greeting card with your kids in 3 easy steps.
Why Create a Pop-Up Card?
How many times have you said something like this?
“Go make Grandma and Grandpa a special Christmas card, just from you.”
“Be sure to write a thank-you note to your aunt for the…”
“I forgot to buy a birthday card. Can you make one for your friend’s party, please?”
Are they looking for a way to amaze their friends or cool act for the school talent show?
Abracadabra! The answer is to stage a magic show.
In this article, I’ll show you how your kids can perform three quick tricks that will impress any audience, silence all skeptics and thrill your budding young magicians.
Why a Magic Show?
Kids love magic.
All children go through a “magic” phase. Perhaps you bought children a magic kit that they played with enthusiastically for a day or so before getting frustrated and hiding it away in the closet where it now sits, forgotten.
Maybe they put on a show for you and your spouse. You sat politely and applauded… then encouraged them to take a closer look at a career in accounting.
I’m a professional magician.
I’ve done hundreds of shows for thousands of children and I’m saying you—yes YOU and your children—can put on a magic show that’s fun for them, helps hone memorization skills, emphasizes the value of practice and actually amazes your audience!
Do you want to share your kids’ masterpieces with the world (or at least with Grandma)?
In this article, I’ll make you a hero by empowering your kids to write, draw and publish your very own comic.
It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s lots of fun.
Why Make a Comic Strip?
All children are artists.
They draw, play and use their incredible imaginations to create fantasy worlds and characters that are funny or powerful or really, really silly.
A comic strip is a new way to channel their creativity—to capture it in pictures and words.