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I am going to do my thing for educators and was aske to have everything relate to reading and math........

I see a few different book tests, the TAC card, and a magic square and add a number........ Anything else that I am over looking... Hey, I might get away with CODEX V....





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100th monkeys could go with the reading theme Smile
(reading, learning how to read, etc)
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I use two mental math demonstrations near the start of my show, pm me if you want the details.

Best,

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Magic square, book test
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Sorry for the blatant plug, but have you checked out my eBook, "NINE," yet?

http://www.lybrary.com/nine-p-981.html
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On Sep 25, 2016, Philemon Vanderbeck wrote:
Sorry for the blatant plug, but have you checked out my eBook, "NINE," yet?

http://www.lybrary.com/nine-p-981.html



Oh yea, the magic of 9....

No I hadn't check out your PDF. I totally forgot about the magic of 9. I use to force a book using that idea. I will have to check it out.



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Ray: At one time, I made a good portion of my living by facilitating dozens of workshops for teachers on using magic in the classroom, while I was myself a teacher. I found that when teachers said, "reading related" they were looking for things like using the learning and performing of magic as motivation for story writing and remedial reading instruction. Also, I recommend presenting magic as having the ability to constitute a compete Language Arts unit, i.e. reading, writing, listening, speaking:
- reading directions to learn a magical effect
- writing the performance script
- listening to others rehearse to provide constructive feedback
- speaking in performance

Feel free to PM me if you would like more info on what teachers go gaga for (i.e. find most useful) in workshops of this type. Cheers.

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Check out the Pi Book Test.

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Number prediction effect in Marc Paul Penguin Lecture. This one is very good.
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On Sep 25, 2016, Christopher Taylor wrote:
Ray: At one time, I made a good portion of my living by facilitating dozens of workshops for teachers on using magic in the classroom, while I was myself a teacher. I found that when teachers said, "reading related" they were looking for things like using the learning and performing of magic as motivation for story writing and remedial reading instruction. Also, I recommend presenting magic as having the ability to constitute a compete Language Arts unit, i.e. reading, writing, listening, speaking:
- reading directions to learn a magical effect
- writing the performance script
- listening to others rehearse to provide constructive feedback
- speaking in performance

Feel free to PM me if you would like more info on what teachers go gaga for (i.e. find most useful) in workshops of this type. Cheers.

Christopher



I agree, but this time it is just for the fun of it....... They just want to have a good time and laugh while being entertained. Soooooo I am happy.... Smile
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On Sep 25, 2016, Twisted Mentat wrote:
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Number prediction effect in Marc Paul Penguin Lecture. This one is very good.


Marc Paul's lecture came into my mind as well when I read math based effects.

Quinta comes to mind if you wanna force something.

And then obviously Martin Gardner comes to mind as well.
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On Sep 25, 2016, George Hunter wrote:
Check out the Pi Book Test.

George


Indeed, Vincent Hedan has created a thing of beauty with his Pi book.
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If:

A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, ... , z = 26,

then:

K-N-O-W-L-E-D-G-E

= 11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5

= 96%
And:

H-A-R-D-W-O-R- K

= 8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11

= 98%
But to arrive at 100%, we need:

A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E

= 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5

= 100%
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