If you perform the magic coloring book, or some other kidshow routine where colors magically appear on something, or a silk changes color, etc... Well, then you can certainly find good use for a Magic Color Wand.
A simple utility quickie:
you show a classic black wand with silver tips (about 11.5 inches long) and it changes to a multi-colored rainbow wand, which you can then use for whatever colorful transformation you are doing.
Or when you want to take the color from your Magic Coloring book at the end, wave your black wand over the book, it changes to colors, and the book is now blank. You get the idea.
The wand is actually flat, not round -- so it is not a wand in the strictest sense, but kids recognize it as the classic magic wand, and you can show it on both sides (using an easy and familiar move that is taught in the instructions). After it changes to multi-colors, it can again be shown on both sides.
Or you can change just one side, and let your helper take a look at it.
NOTE: the photos show TWO wands so you can see both Black version and Multi-color version. You only need one wand to perform this effect, and that is all you will get. Just one wand. (Also, no Magic coloring book, or changing silks, etc are included -- use your own.)
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