Tag: English songs

I Like You – Featuring Milo!

Milo likes soooo many things! He enjoys playing outside, riding his bike, going on hikes, and counting the stars. He also likes to do stuff inside, like reading a book, watching TV, and playing guitar. Read more »

A Sailor Went To Sea Sea Sea

It’s time for an Underwater Week adventure! We’re taking to the sea sea sea with our sailor friend to see what she can see see see. It’s a Super Simple twist on the classic kids’ song, “A Sailor Went To Sea.” Read more »

Underwater Week Songs

It’s an Underwater Week Sing-Along! Watch the LIVE YouTube videos here and here and sing and swim along with Caitie! Read more »

Find Out What’s Going On “Down By The Bay”

Down By The Bay is a classic kids’ song with a very catchy tune. Not only is this song fun to sing, it’s also a great way to learn about rhyming. As you sing along, listen for the animals and the words they rhyme with. Then make up more pairs to sing your own version. Read more »

It’s the Muffin Man!

The Muffin Man is a fun nursery rhyme that introduces kids to a baker that lives on Drury Lane. Learn about other community members, like the Ice Cream Man and the Fruit Stand Man in this Super Simple adaptation of this classic song. Read more »

Brush Your Teeth Song

They’re back! If you love this group of friendly monsters, you’re going to love joining them for the new “Brush Your Teeth” song. They’ll show you proper brushing technique, and remind you the best times of day to it. This song is perfect for teaching your kids and students about this important life habit. So, get out… Read more » Read more »

Meet Alice The Camel! 🐪

Meet Alice and her friends: Ruby, Sally Felix, Lilly, Andy, Larry, and Sammy. These guys love to sing, count, and dance! Join them in our new song, “Alice The Camel.” The traditional kids’ song is great for practicing counting, but we’ve added a Super Simple twist and made it into a fun song for learning… Read more » Read more »

Yum! The Ice Cream Song

Tag along as three dessert fans take a trip to the local ice cream parlor. The big question is…how many scoops! Read more »