Another fun evening of telling sharing, strum patterns with C, Am, F, G7 chord progressions, songs (You Are My Sunshine, Wagon Wheel, and Cups), music theory, and C ascending scale! You ladies are killing it! Remember practice a little a lot!
A word about re-entrant tuning on the ukulele
Generally, stringed instruments are tuned from low to high - meaning that the strings on guitars, violins, cellos, basses, etc all have a thicker string tuned with the lowest pitch, a slightly thinner string with the next higher pitch, a thinner with the next higher, all the way to the last thinnest, highest pitched string. This is the general nature of stringed instruments, including the piano. The piano is tuned from bass to treble, from low to high, left to right. The notes go from low to high. Do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do, and on and on.
Well ukuleles have an unusual departure from this normal tuning. It is called re-entrant tuning. The top string (#4) is a high g, and the next string (#3) is the lowest pitch on the uke - a C. The next string (#2) is an E, and the bottom string (#1) is the high A. So the ukulele is tuned gCEA - with that little 'my dog has fleas' to guide you with the pitches if you were tuning your uke to itself.