Introducing New Music Project for Foster and Adoption Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New Music Project for Foster/Adoption Families Covington, KY, December 15, 2016-GROWING SOUND, an award winning children’s music publisher that creates songs based on the latest research in social and emotional development is pleased to announce the release of their newest music CD: MY HAND IN YOUR HAND: Songs for Families Who Reach [Read More…]

Tips For Making Transitions Easier For Children

Our thanks to River City News, and our own parent organization (Children, Inc.), for sharing these great tips for making back to school transitions easier for children. We LOVE that they included our song, “I Keep A Kiss In My Pocket” in this article. This song promote healthy attachment, one of the 3 protective factors [Read More…]

Look what’s happening in Singapore

Check out the news coming out of Singapore in regards to building a caring and resilient society as being reported by TODAY online. Read the article HERE. Maybe the United States will follow next.

Announcing an exciting new partnership!

Growing Sound is excited to announce a brand new partnership with KANDOO Kids, a consumer brand marketed by Nehemiah Manufacturing Co. KANDOO Kids creates personal care products for toddlers and developing preschoolers. Their current campaign offers 3 GROWING SOUND songs available on a digital download card in specially marked packages of KANDOO Wipes (available at [Read More…]

Fights With Friends: Help Your Child Learn To Resolve Conflicts

PBS Parents recently posted a great article in their Expert Tips and Advice Area about how to help your children to learn conflict resolution. Many of those conflicts involve their very own friends! The article was written by Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD. At Growing Sound we support this research with our BEFORE THE BULLYING Initiative and [Read More…]

“Sensitive Caregiving”

  A longitudinal study by researchers at the University of Minnesota and others published in the current issue of Child Development demonstrate that “sensitive caregiving” by parents in the first three years of life predict social functioning and academic success all the way into adulthood.  They define sensitive care giving as: 1) a Responding to [Read More…]