Uh-Huh! | Super Simple Songs

This is a simple song for teaching "yes" and "no" to young learners.
We've got an all new, high quality version of the Uh-Huh! song on the first Super Simple Songs DVD.
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For children who don't speak English as their native language, "uh-huh" and "unh-unh" can be hard to pronounce correctly. This song introduces this informal but very common English in a super fun way. Watch the Super Fast version here:

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Music & Lyrics: Copyright 2006 Super Simple Learning®
Video: Copyright 2006 Super Simple Learning®

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Lyrics:
♫ Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Yes, yes, yes, yes.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Yes, yes, yes, yes.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH!
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh.
UNH-UNH! ♫

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Song: Uh-Huh!
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67 comments

    1. LOL you say that now, but one day when you have a teething child who is constantly wanting your focus to be on them, you’ll put this on and BAM, they’re enraptured.
      Next thing you know, you can put on videos, like this one, and it gives you time to:
      -Use the bathroom in peace!
      -Do the dishes
      -Prepare a meal
      -Do laundry
      -Do the bills
      -Pay your taxes
      -Calm your teething child so they are not over-tired
      -Pick up the toys on the living room floor
      -And many other things!

      Then, you’ll be like, “OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH, Super Simple Songs! I can breathe! I can keep my house from looking like an episode of HOARDERS. I can take a shower or brush my teeth without the kid freaking out over my back being turned to them!”

      Then, you’ll be like, “These people are the best! And their stuff is way better than Barney and Teletubbies!”

      Their “Baby Shark” cover is, by far, the absolute best thing ever. My 8-month-old son is able to enjoy it on the TV, phone, or tablet, at any part of the house, or even out-and-about, so that he doesn’t freak out when I am trying to talk to the lady at the bank, or some such.

      You’ll see! LOL

    1. Awww…thanks for watching, +totes babe!! We’re glad he likes them so much. You can follow along with the video at home by using puppets (socks make great puppets!). Please tell your son, “Hello!” for us. 🙂

  1. I owe this man, I have taught my 9 year old, my 6 year old, and now my 13 month old all how to communicate yes and no with the help of this video when they were all the age of my youngest. Much respect! I love this video and so does my kids and the 9 year old still loves it to this day. Catchy video and good teaching tool for babies..wow almost 10 years I’ve been coming here but this is my first comment. Anyway, thank you sir.

    1. Wow, thanks for being such a long-time friend!! We’re very happy to hear that you and your family have gained so much from this video. It’s nice to meet you! ???

  2. Thank you very much for the songs, excellent way to teach English to kids. I live in South America and the only male teachers I’ve met, teaches in elementary and high school, not pre school. Watching your videos and seeing Jeremy and the other guy I wonder, why they can be more pre school teachers? They are awesome! Super simple genius.

    1. Here, in America, more-and-more men are starting to get into the profession. And, as a school bus driver, I’ve heard from kids that they feel safer knowing there are men in the building.
      It’s a shame that kids don’t feel completely safe in schools in this day-and-age, but the fact that seeing male role models has a positive effect means we’ll start seeing more-and-more men getting into the field.

      If you ask me, there’s always a need for male role models and educators for kids. I’ve seen far too many kids that suffer because they’re being raised by mom & grandma, and these kids really benefit from having a friendly male teacher / role model to placate, because for those kids who don’t have a dad around, they still have a father-figure in their lives.

      Plus, we’re getting to a point in the world where it’s finally starting to be okay to be manly AND teach kids. Just like it’s finally acceptable for women to be police or fire fighters.

      Keep doing your thing, S.S.S.!
      My newest son LOVES your videos!

    2. Thanks for your comment, +morrisreno, it’s nice to meet you. We have had the opportunity to meet quite a few male preschool teachers, but there does tend to be more women in this profession. We hope that more men will choose this career, it’s very rewarding! ?

    1. Jeremy-sensei (Japanese for ‘teacher’) is a music and child educator. This is a really old video (2006), and he has long-since moved on from this, but from what I understand, he is/was using music to teach Japanese kids English, and to make children’s music for kids all over the globe, using YouTube (which started in 2005).

      Don’t be terrified of him. This video is 12 years old (as of this comment), and in all that time, he’s never done anything terrifying. He’s just a good guy with a good voice and a big heart, that wants to make music for kids.

      Not so terrifying now, right? 🙂

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