Kids love silks! They squash up real small. They expand into bright, bold colors. When they magically travel from one place to another, wondrous and funny moments can ensue. Jumper makes it possible. You’ll like the method – actually methods -- because you use two different ones to make the silk vanish and reappear. More importantly, the kids can hold the props as the magic happens in their hands. That’s what makes Jumper so great for a kids show.
AmazeKids’ Danny Orleans loves this trick recalling, “The method for the silk vanish is based on a trick originally called Poof! and later Crystal Capsule. But Jumper is a real improvement, because it uses a clear tube instead of a medicine vial.”
Watch the video to see Danny demo the trick and discuss its features. You’ll see that it requires just a basic knowledge of prop handling. With a little bit of practice, two kid helpers, and an interactive script, you’ll be putting Jumper into your kids birthday party show very quickly.
When you order from AmazeKids, you’ll get Danny Orleans’ additional handling tips, three ways to ditch the gimmick, and three patter possibilities that are not included with the manufacturer’s instructions. You’ll find them very helpful as you learn to keep the gimmicks hidden and put together your routine.
Here’s what you get:
- Black tube with two caps
- 2 red scarves
- Clear tube
- Two gimmicks
- Written, instructions with lots of illustrations from Vernet
- Danny Orleans' additional tips
- Online video instructions
If you’re looking for a highly visual silk transposition that packs small… one that's flexible enough to accommodate your character and creativity into a structured routine… a trick with simple, basic props that can represent many situations and challenges that kids encounter every day… you’ll enjoy learning and performing Jumper.