When I went to college to get a teaching degree, I was adamant about one thing. Teaching preschool was NOT for me. The thought of spending hours in a classroom setting with 4 and 5 year olds literally made me break out in a cold sweat.
But becoming a parent has a way of changing you. And when my own daughter got old enough to participate in Classical Conversations, I took a deep breath and signed up to tutor her Abecedarian (aka: 4 and 5yo) class.
There are few things I relish more than being a Classical Conversations tutor. Our family is absolutely in love with the Classical Conversations program and the structure it brings to our school year. As I told my director: “Being a tutor is such a gift! I can’t believe I get paid to play games and hang out with kids all morning!”
Part of our fun adventure of homeschooling involves participating in Classical Conversations. And as my fellow CC-ers know, it’s that wonderful time of year again….when all Classical Conversation classes embark on journey to produce the beautiful and melodious sounds of the Tin Whistle.
You may be thinking Beautiful? Melodious? Yeah, right…
Okay, so maybe Shrill and Piercing might be better qualifiers. It’s my hope that these easy tips will help you survive the next 6 weeks of Tin Whistle. Continue reading