Music for Toddlers 2 Online

Ages 2-4



Virtual Open HouseSaturday, September 26

We invite you and your family to join our Open House via Zoom to meet our faculty and staff, have fun in our online classes, and ask any questions you may have. Learn More >>



Sing. Dance. Play.

Music for Toddlers 2 builds on skills learned in Music for Toddlers 1 but does not require taking the first level before taking level 2. Students will continue to develop their music appreciation, musical ear, motor skills, and cognitive function through learning songs, solfege, music games, and rhythms. This class will include music games that help with communication and memory, clapping games that build hand and eye coordination, and instrument experimentation. In addition to learning and building their appreciation of music, children will be able to interact and learn to communicate with other children their age through “sharing time” and group activities. Each child will have the opportunity to make their own instrument and then use it in class!



Frequently Asked Questions
How are the classes structured?  

Structure is important now more than ever. Each class will be formatted in the same way to create structure and so students know what to expect. The class will include interactive exercises such as “sharing time,” to work on communication, social skills, and have kids interact with kids their own age.  There will be a Dropbox for any materials or song tracks that families may need for each class.

My child has a short attention span, what if they don’t stay still?  

There are many benefits of these classes being offered online: they are in your own home, they are flexible, and they are fast paced. These classes are developed in a way to work on skills such as attention span, memory, and communication.

Do the music classes require parents to have any musical skills?  

No, these classes are perfect for both parents and students that have little to no music experience! It is such a special experience to see parents learn along with their children.

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Time:  10:15 – 10:45 a.m. EST
Dates:  Saturdays, Oct. 3 – Nov. 21, 2020 (A $10 late fee will be added after Thursday, October 1)
Tuition:  $144
Location:  Zoom (Details provided in Welcome Letter)




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JennaMarie Warfield
Music Educator/Flutist
Read about Ms. Warfield

JennaMarie Warfield is a performer, musician, and educator in the Northern Virginia area. She strives to share her love for the beauty and power of music with all those she meets. As an educator, Ms. Warfield has over a decade of experience. She enjoys teaching in her private flute studio and serving as the Program Director and Instructor at the Virtual Flute Academy. Many of her students have placed in district bands, won local competitions and have successfully auditioned into college music programs, such as Shenandoah Music Conservatory and Berklee School of Music. Ms. Warfield has developed programs and curriculum for group classes and has taught early childhood music at local Montessori Schools and in group lesson settings.

As a soloist, Ms. Warfield was winner of the Mason Wind Symphony Solo Competition, the NFA Performers Masterclass, and a prize winner in the Masters Players Soloist Competition and Louis Vyner Competition. She performed in the Julius Baker Masterclass and was featured three consecutive summers at the Annual New England Conservatory Summer Metropolitan Flute Festival Orchestra.

Ms. Warfield currently serves as Second Flute in the Manassas Symphony and Old Bridge Chamber Orchestras and Third Flute/Piccolo in the Symphony of Northern Virginia.

She received degrees from Millersville University and George Mason University, studying with Julianna Nickel, Dr. William Montgomery, Mr. Joel Behrens, Mrs. Lana Behrens, and Dr. Linda Kirkpatrick.