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Package Number 1

High School Music Program of 30 Students

* 30 Ohana TK-20 tenor ukuleles
* 30 20mm heavy-duty protective gig bags
* 30 tuners


These are very nice ukes. Not student ukes. They'll sound loud and lovely at school performances, and you won't need to mic them or amplify them.

You'll also probably want extra strings, especially a big bag of A-strings that new students will break frequently!

If you're storing the instruments in your classroom, you might prefer hard-shell cases that are easy to stack, thereby taking up a lot less space.




 

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Package Number 2

Middle School class of 30 Students

* 30 Ohana TK-10 tenor ukuleles
* 30 20mm heavy-duty protective gig bags
* 30 tuners


These are excellent student ukes. This TK-10 is more affordable than the TK-20. They are tenor size, which might be too big for some kids. But you can always mix-and-match with some smaller concert or soprano sizes of this same instrument.

You'll also probably want extra strings, especially a big bag of A-strings that new students will break frequently!

If you're storing the instruments in your classroom, you might prefer hard-shell cases that are easy to stack, thereby taking up a lot less space.




 

Package Number 3

Kindergarten/K-4 Music Program of 30 Students

* 30 Mahalo U-Smile ukuleles
* Free gig bags, can store in their shipping boxes
* 3 tuners


Younger kids will love the happy faces of these sturdy ukes. They're small soprano size, perfect for small hands. They're inexpensive, too.

Younger kids might enjoy playing with the tuning pegs, so they'll probably break the strings frequently. Keep extra strings handy!

You'll only need tuners for yourself and perhaps a couple of teaching assistants. Most very young kids will be too young to tune their own instruments, so you'll probably do it for them until they're ready to do it themselves.

You can store these little ukes in the boxes that they arrive in. Easy!