For the Card Trick you will need...
 9 Playing Cards, Uno Cards, or something similar.
 One student volunteer.
 A magician (YOU)!
Steps to make the Magic Happen!
 Lay out the 9 cards as shown below
 Have the student volunteer choose a card tell them to show the class which one they picked. You will have to turn around. Tell them to put the card back.
 Ask the student which ROW their card is in.
 Pick up the cards as shown in this video. Starting with the ROW that their card is in.
 Place the cards back into the three rows just like before.
 Ask the student again which row their card is in.
 Repeat Step 4
 Repeat Step 5
 Repeat Step 6
 Repeat Step 4
 The TOP CARD in the deck will be their card!
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