Magic Tree

During the Christmas break, an aunt of mine gave my kids a Magic Tree and a Magic Cross & Crown. The items are some sort of projects that kids can easily do.

Each pack comes with special powder and some cardboard/paper material (shaped like a tree or a cross and crown). As for other materials, you'll just need a drinking glass, a teaspoon of water, and a saucer. You just need to dissolve the powder in water and then put the cardboard on top of a saucer with the mixture poured into the saucer.

Kids and adults can then have fun watching the tree or the cross and crown grow.

In the case of the Magic Tree, from a simple Christmas tree shaped paper, you will see different colored leaves and branches grow. The things that grow look kind of artificial but it is amazing to see the tree bloom. In the pack, it is mentioned that in about 15 or 30 minutes, buds will start to appear. In our case, it took more than an hour. As we watched the tree, nothing happened but when we left it on its own, that's when it started to flower.

My two kids had lots of fun. I had fun too. The project was relatively simple to carry out and was not messy at all. The only downside is that it is quite fragile and very sensitive to movement. By the morning of the next day, our tree had crumbled! Well, it was fun while it lasted.

If you wish to check the product out, you can visit their website:

For a spiritual look at the Magic Tree, please visit:

[By Angelica Viloria | Monday, January 15, 2007]

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