Growing Up Getting On

Growing Up Getting On PSED songs for Early Years Foundation Stage

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Personal, Social and Emotional Development Songs for Early Years Foundation Stage

Self-confidence and Self-awareness, Managing Feelings and Behaviour, Making Relationships.

Growing Up Getting On is a unique new CD resource of 16 original songs with lots of narration and other musical activities to support early years practitioners in the area of children's personal, social and emotional development. The content links closely to the PSED early learning goals as set out in the Dept. for Education's Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage.

Music For Schools Listen Now

How I'm Feeling Today What Shall I Play With ? Tell Somebody Can You Do It Too ? Friendly Family Happy And You Know It Rules Are Made To Help Will You Be My Buddy ? We Can Play Together There's A Job To Do

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Supports Early Years PSED

These tried and tested songs are easy to learn and fun to listen to, with the content pitched towards the age range 22 - 60 months, during which stage children can properly begin to participate in singing and understand the song content. 'Growing Up Getting On'  provides a new musical dimension to teachers’ ongoing work with children in the Early Years Foundation Stage.

Includes FREE online teachers' resource booklet !

Purchasers of 'Growing Up Getting On' are given FREE ACCESS to our 20-page downloadable online resource booklet of full song lyrics and teachers' script, to fully support their use of this CD.

Sample pages from the 'Growing Up Getting On' teachers' e-booklet.

How to Purchase:

Private nurseries - please use the 'Add to Cart' link above, which takes you via our secure agent (PayPal) for payment by card. You don't need a PayPal account ! Instead, follow their link to the card payment section.

UK Schools - may use our Primary Schools Order Form, to complete your school details and request to be invoiced.