I couldn't resist taking this picture of the Ceramics I class crafting their whistles
and trying so very hard to get them to whistle.
Senior Eunice Shim (standing left) was one of the first to get hers to whistle
and was going around the room offering up her expertise.
She helped many of the kids understand the concept
of air being blown thru a tunnel hitting a sharp ledge to split it
thus creating the whistle sound.
She and senior Marjorie Balaoro (center end) where so good at this very difficult task
that they were able to make an ocarina,
a musical instrument that goes an entire octave.
We were all really impressed!