At the end of the article, their further recommendations are:
The youtube channel looks kinda of fun and probably appropriate for someone like my ten year old daughter.Other tips for supporting your kid’s interested in magic:
Orciuoli recommends the series Junk Drawer Magic by DreamWorksTV. “It has some really cool and fun DIY tricks that kids of all ages can do.”
Magic for Dummies by David Pogue is a good beginner’s handbook. It includes lots of trick that kids can do with everyday items. There’s a section on how to turn a restaurant into stage with tricks that involve utensils, mugs and food. (Warning: While your children will love this, your servers may not.)
Take your kid to see local magic shows. Talk to them about what they liked and didn’t like about the tricks and performance.
Can't argue with the suggestion to take your kid to magic shows. My daughter is still kinda angry that we went to see Michael Carbonaro without her.
The Pogue book is great, but I'd make some further recommendations
Magic, the Complete Course - Joshua Jay
Knack Magic - Richard Kaufman
Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic
I purchased a Fantasma magic set for my daughter and she really enjoyed that.