Wand

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Magic AssociationsPlay
The word 'wand' often evokes images of wizards or fairy tales, suggesting the power to enchant or cast spells. SlideShe dressed as a fairy godmother, complete with a sparkling wand.
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Childhood ImaginationPlay
'Wand' can imply imagination and fantasy, especially in children's stories and games. SlideThe children played in the garden, one pretending his wand could turn rocks to gold.
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Popular CulturePlay
Wands are iconic in popular culture, featuring prominently in books and movies, especially about wizards and witches. SlideFans replicated the wand from their favorite wizarding movie.