These video clips will get you started on some of the basics of playing Ukulele. There will be more soon, and before long things will be laid out in an organized way to help you navigate as best suits your needs. For now, take a peek and if you're just getting started you should be able to get something useful to start you on your journey to becoming a Ukulele player.
Here are a few ukulele chords to get you started…
This one is the least challenging of any of the simple major chords. Remember to be aware of your positioning of fingers as noted in the video in order to develop good habits that will lead to better sounding, more relaxed, ergonomically safer playing.
This chord requires two fingers, your middle finger on the 2nd fret of the G string and your index finger on the 1st fret of the E string. Again, think technique to build good habits, including keeping any fingers that are not being used on frets over the fretboard, or at least close to and not behind the neck for ready availability when needed down the road.
Another three finger chord, or not... as is shown in the clip there are alternate fingerings that use fewer fingers.
The little triangle chord... You may find it helpful to think about the shape of a little triangle when visualizing the G chord. Three fingers are required and the position can take a little time to become accustomed to. You may need to experiment with the angle of your fingers to get it to sound clean.