My name is Lucky. How do you do? Can I introduce myself to you?
That is the way I introduce myself to kids in my courses. It’s also the way they learn to practice introducing themselves. Some of the kids have taken to calling me “Crazy Mushroom” instead of Lucky but I don’t mind. The way I see it, the kids simply call things the way they see them. Sometimes, they just don’t know how to say it in English and that’s what I’m there for. So yeah, I can be a little crazy at times.
I really love my new job and the kids really love me. They sometimes speak through me! I mean that quite literally. They sometimes make me their little avatar. They are quite aware that my mouth only moves when they speak English so they change the wiring in their brains to make it possible. They yell, rap, sing, and speak in English through me.
Soon I will start interviewing kids in English. I would love to interview adults but I have a condition called selective mutism. I can only speak to children or artists.
I’m really looking forward to interviewing Nerry, a singer from Jamaica, really soon! He speaks English but it sounds really funny in a cool way! I’m also going to talk to Nahsi Cho a jazz singer. I’m going to talk to a lot of rappers that rap in many languages, but the interviews will be in English. If you are reading this post and you would like Lucky to come to your school/club simply mail me at (Lucky@theluckymushroom.de) But remember, I have selective mutism and can only speak with children and artists.
My maker Icy Bro is also a rapper and is starting a blog soon on the importance of communication and the history of rap music! So many fun things are planned for Lucky Mushroom Kinder English and I’m looking forward to seeing and hearing from all of you! As we say here at Lucky Mushroom, Act Like you Know!
pic: Gabriel Box