Our smashing show for nurseries is usually an hour, usually choc-a-block fun with interactive magic and puppets, but if you wanted other splendid stuff too our entertainers can also delight with brilliant balloon modelling, fun musical games, do-as-I-do songs, "action nursery rhymes", parachute games if there's enough room and silly clowning fun too - as much as we can do in the time. Brilliant!

We also do seasonal magic shows, including super summer shows and Christmas shows.
We have amazing super fun magicians that entertain and perform shows in nurseries, pre-schools, kindergartens and other educational establishments for very young children. The show we do for this age is first and foremost a fantastic and fun interactive magic show with puppets, slapstick and splendidly silly routines. We will have the children in fits of giggles throughout.

The magic for nursery age children is very visual and colourful, with loads of clowning elements and audience participation. We get helpers up at every opportunity (though we never force them to if they are shy) and the whole audience is invited to help the entertainer in a variety of fun creative ways.
Call us on School Magic Shows on 07734 101 987

or email Andy at office@schoolmagicshows.co.uk
Summer Fetes and Fun Days Too!
Email:  office@schoolmagicshows.co.uk            Phone:  07734 101 987
Magic shows for schools, pre-schools, nurseries, kids clubs and family events
Our favourite routines for this age include making a magical cake in a cake tin, having a monkey disappear from an animal picture and have him reappear in the zoo, turning a handkerchief into all manner of things - a hat, a tasty snack and a story book - but getting it very wrong each time, trying to make a rabbit appear and instead getting inundated with perpetually appearing carrots, our practically famous disappearing milk jug trick, and trying to turn a toy pizza into a real pizza with very funny results. Sometimes we also add in a fun game or song as well, to keep it thoroughly fresh throughout, though more often than not it’s already the end of the show before we have even considered stopping for a game or song!