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I would think it would be child dependent. If the kid can be taught not to run with the whistle in his/her mouth, then s/he's ready.

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chas wrote:
I would think it would be child dependent. If the kid can be taught not to run with the whistle in his/her mouth, then s/he's ready.

That is an issue because my experience with the kids whistling is they want to MARCH. We don't do that with the youngest/beginners.


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ytliek wrote:
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I would think it would be child dependent. If the kid can be taught not to run with the whistle in his/her mouth, then s/he's ready.

That is an issue because my experience with the kids whistling is they want to MARCH. We don't do that with the youngest/beginners.


Yeah, when I was a kid I had several of those bamboo whistle-type things. I never had a problem, but we had an incident with my nephew, who fell with the thing in his mouth. It cut his hard palate, which was lucky.

So I give really little ones ocarinas. They gum them, I dunno if any have ever played them or even gotten a sound.

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Thanks again for all the replies folks, it has helped with my decision, which is to hold off for a few years.


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