Growing Sound
Growing Sound develops educational children’s music that help children learn and stimulates social, emotional development.
Our products translate key findings from recent child development research into practical and entertaining educational music products for teachers, parents and children.
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Song: Hands
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Song: Somebody Loves Me
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Song: Someone to Talk To
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Song: One World
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Song: I Can Count on You
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Song: My Family
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Song: Friends
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Song: The Sharing Song
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Song: A Tree and Me
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Song: Me and You
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Song: I Look Up to You
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Song: Together Time
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Songs of Belonging promote and celebrate the skills involved in relating to parents, teachers and friends; and the experiences of belonging to a family, a community and the world!Attachment is a mutual strong and long-lasting relationship between a child and a significant adult such as parents, family members, and teachers.  When a sense of attachment is secure both children and adults act in ways that enhance and strengthen the relationship. 


Securely attached children engage in the following behaviors most of the time:

  • Act in a way that makes adults smile or show interest
  • Respond positively to adult comforting when upset
  • Act happy or excited when a parent returns after being away 
  • Show affection for familiar adults
  • Ask adults to play or read
  • Trust familiar adults and believe what they say
  • Seek help from children/adults when necessary
  • Show an interest in what children/adults are doing