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Grade 6-8

Productions: Handkerchief Production

by Ryan Kane | Fun

5 Lessons 14:40
  1. 1. Performance 0:31
  2. 2. Introduction of Props and Secret Set Up 5:59
  3. 3. Necessary Sleights 3:29
  4. 4. Detailed explanation 2:09
  5. 5. Closing Thoughts 2:32

Grade 6-8


NGSS Standards

About the course

"Continue to practice the incredibly useful trick of production! Learn to magically produce the handkerchief used in your coin production trick. Gradually work on your speed and smooth motions to finesse your trick and improve the illusion.

Hone your sleight of hand on your journey to becoming a magician. "


Appearing Handkerchief

Course overview





Introduction of Props and Secret Set Up

Students will learn the necessary props this trick can be performed with, along with the secret set up for the trick.


Necessary Sleights

Students will recap the finger palm and also learn the thumb clip.


Detailed explanation

Students will learn the choreography and thinking of the routine.


Closing Thoughts

Students will learn alternate options for the routine, along with advanced tips for them to make the trick their own

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  • coins
  • handkerchief
  • illusions
  • Magic
  • magic trick
  • magicians
  • sleight of hand

Recommended Materials

A small handkerchief or cloth napkin


Ryan Kane is a magician, comedian, and author based out New York City. Companies including Louis Vuitton, Microsoft, Intel, and more have called upon Ryan Kane’s engaging magic, charming wit, and professional guidance to make their events stand out successes. His book Out of Stock: A Magician's Guide to Writing Your Own Lines lays out a step-by-step process for magicians to move beyond a reliance on stock and standard jokes. He is the creator and host of The Mostly Magicians Virtual Open Mic, providing a safe space for variety performers to polish their material in the virtual world every Wednesday for over a year.

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