At this St. John’s daycare, you’re never too young to learn throat singing

Preschoolers Burgess Doyle and Jacob Billard practice the art of Inuit throat singing in St. John’s at the Turtle Island Child Care Centre, which is run by the St. John’s Native Friendship Centre. (CBC )

A dozen children between the ages of two and five stood in pairs, swaying rhythmically, holding each other’s elbows.

Tama Fost guided them through Inuit throat singing — in this case a love song.

It ended after a minute or so, when everyone laughed.

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