Last Updated on September 1, 2021 by ellen
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Halloween is only about a month away and I’m sure that parents are scrambling for ideas for Halloween costumes. One of my favorites is a magician Halloween costume for kids.
What child wouldn’t want to be able to pull a rabbit out of their hat or find a penny behind their friend’s ear? This kids magician costume will get you started on the perfect dress-up idea for your child.
Magician Halloween Costume Ideas For Kids
You can create your own magician’s outfit using a pair of dark pants, a white shirt, and a dark suit jacket, or a black cape. Or, you can purchase a pre-made magician’s outfit.
Depending on how pressed you are for time, you may want to buy a magician costume. I always found that to be the easiest alternative because the kids were usually much happier to have a store-bought costume than a handmade one.
What do I need for a kids magician costume?
Your child may have most of this in their closet already. Check thrift stores for the clothes if you don’t have them.
- Black pants
- White shirt
- Black cape
- Black top hat
- Magician props
Props for a magician costume
Once you have your basic costume, you will need to accessorize. Remember the magic wand, white rabbit, deck of cards, white gloves, and top hat. Part of the fun of dressing up for Halloween is pretending to be what your costume is.
Why not learn to do some basic magic tricks this year? Or, you can get your child in the mood for their new role as a magician with some fun games.
Your child can learn to become a magician with these easy-to-do magic tricks and tips included in Professor Murphy’s Emporium of Entertainment Magic Show! It includes 125 easy-to-do magic tips and tricks. And, it with many of the accessories that your child will need to complete their magician costume including a magic wand.
There are 80 pages of tricks, 3 ropes, 5 magic cards, a pack of playing cards, 4 balls, 4 mind reading disks, 3 cups, and, of course, the magic wand. Professor Murphy’s Emporium of Entertainment Magic Show is intended for children over the age of 6. If you’re looking for a fun way to get your child interested in being a magician for Halloween, this is definitely it!
So, does your child want to be a magician this year for Halloween?
Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. In what little spare time she has, she loves to read, watch movies and play games. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.