Smart Apps For Android: Bud's Rhyming Words Lite (best free Android apps for kids)

Monday, October 14, 2013

Bud's Rhyming Words Lite (best free Android apps for kids)

Bud's gone to school with fish and is immersing himself in rhyming word families. This original presentation of words for early learning is captivating for both boys and girls, and is also accessible for both gifted and intellectually impaired kids. A wonderful resource for home or school, this app is definitely worth downloading.

In-app purchase for full version
External link to other apps by NimbleMinds, to rate the app and to social media.
What's free: vowel A,
What's not free: Vowels E, I, O, U


Available on Amazon Appstore

  FREE                                    $1.99
Get it on Google Play     Get it on Google Play

The mini-games work on word families — that is, words that rhyme — by engaging the child in matching type of activities. The free version comes with the vowel A and 13 word families associated with that. The first mini-game requires the child to match pictures with the corresponding words. The second requires the child to match the image that Bud is thinking of with one of a choice of six rhyming images. The final mini-game requires the child to help Bud swim to the rhyming words of the word shown at the top of the screen. Verbal feedback rewards the student with praise when the correct word is chosen, and with encouragement to try again when the incorrect word is chosen.

With so much offered in this free version, you will be wondering how you managed without it.



Kids love to rhyme words. It's one of the best ways for them to learn new words and increase their vocabulary.
With 3 unique and fun games for your kids, he/she will learn around 20 word families.
Each word is accompanied with an attractive icon so your kid can easily recognize it.
Word Families
Pick and Click
Catch the Match
Suitable for both school and home setting, these games work best for children between the ages of 4-9. Also work great for children with learning difficulties such as speech delay, autism, ADHD and IEP. Perfect for ESL learners as well.

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