Introducing…

Manhattan Aardvarks Live Online Classes!

For children aged 6 months to 5 years

While nothing can completely replace the experience of live interaction, maintaining a sense of familiarity while keeping a song in your heart can be very helpful in getting through all the extra time at home.

So I’m very excited to announce that every Tuesday and Friday at 10AM, I will be live-streaming my music classes!

Each class will be 30 minutes and follow the familiar format, with all of your favorite segments – the shakers, the scarves, the sticks, the snuggle buddies, and of course, the TAXI SONG.

All of my classes will be available after they are streamed, so your child will be able to watch the classes as many times as they please. That means that even if you miss the stream, it will still be available to you.

Hope to see you soon!

Ryan

P.S. Introducing children to the world of music is a passion of mine – it’s also my livelihood. Thank you for supporting Manhattan Aardvarks.

Want to join us?

 

Click here to sign up!

If you're facing a financial hardship due to COVID-19 and would like to attend my classes, please email me at manhattanaardvarks@gmail.com.

Some instruments we’ll be using:

 

To get the most from these classes, I recommend you set your child up with some instruments so they can play along! These are not a requirement of course, but it will make the class much more dynamic if they have something to do with me.

Shakers – Anything that rattles will do. Or if you wanted to get the authentic shaker experience, you could order some shaker eggs.

Sticks – Wooden spoons will work just fine! Here are also two pairs of sticks.

Scarves – Silk scarves work very well. You can also order a 12-pack here.

Instruments – Any drums or tambourines will be great for our jam sessions. Pots and pans are great (if you can bear it!).

Snuggle Buddies – For our lullabies – any stuffed animal will work just fine.

 

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Take a look at our students – no one’s missing a beat!

“Ryan makes magic!” – Hoda Kotb