for Babies and Toddlers
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All our books come with guidance and ideas for getting the best from the interactive songs and rhymes, whether they're a peekaboo, a fingerplay, a face-toucher, nose-squeaker, a toe-tickler, a knee-rider, pony trotter, action song or dance. They're full of pictures for sharing too.
Our audio is performed by Playsongs People, a band of brilliant musicians: Sandra Kerr, Nancy Kerr, Leon Rosselson, Kevin Graal, Steve Grocott, Janet Russell, Kaye Umansky, Debbie Sanders, Rick Wilson, Giles Leaman and Tom Wright.
All our songs and rhymes are free to stream. Order the books to get the best from them, enjoy the illustrations, and have each collection available (with CD) in a hands on, physical space.
Playsongs for picture books • CDs • streaming • movies • ePub
Our Playsongs baby and toddler songs and rhymes are available in a wide range of formats so you can access them on the go ~ or on the sofa.
See inside and order the Playsongs physical collections in book and CD format
Access the audio via streaming on our website player, on the Spotify player, or on iTunes
Get inspiration from our blog featuring favourite songs, rhymes and singing anecdotes
Our movies are ad-free (on our site) and baby- and toddler-friendly. We've animated many of our songs and rhymes in ways which gently engage rather than dazzle. Find them here or on our YouTube channel
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"Songs and rhymes are a gift to ourselves. The gift is our babies' delight and laughter as we engage in sharing words, actions and melody, face to face, one to one."
Shoe a little horse is such a simple little game, but babies and little toddlers love it.
Simply tap the soles of baby's feet with your hand as you say the rhyme. With a little baby, tap both soles at the same time. With bigger babies and toddlers, tap alternate soles.
It's a happy distraction for an unhappy baby at changing times, or for a grumpy toddler sitting on your knee during a bus or train ride.
We bring together songs and rhymes for interactive play with under-fives. They're hands on, engaging, active and they're all about shared fun.
This is a place to find playful ways to fuel the energy of any part of a child-minding day ~ changing a baby's nappy, getting shoes on wriggly feet, splatting through mud, stacking a brick tower, making cup cakes, getting jam all over the place and splashing around in the bath. What a day. Time to get them to sleep with a lullaby - or maybe a back-patting croon to help with a baby's colic.