Here’s a list of 5 kids fruits and vegetables apps for Android which can be used by kids and also adults to learn about fruits and vegetables. I mentioned adults, and I know that most of us adults probably know their fruits and vegetables, but if you’re still not sure what the differences between them are, which is which, then you might also install some of the apps from the list down below.
A lot of people aren’t completely sure if for example tomato is a vegetable or not? Botanically speaking it’s fruit. See, you need these apps.
Fruits and Vegetables for Kids by Cleverbit
Fruits and Vegetables for Kids first teaches the player about all the more famous fruits and vegetables. It does this by showing images and reading the name of fruit/vegetable in question out loud.
Once you’ve done that there are quizzes where the player is asked to pick out a certain fruit or vegetable from 4 possible choices (image needs to be selected). Other categories are also available for learning/practicing, like berries, flowers, mushrooms, nature, natural events, seasons, animals and so on.
Fruits and Vegetables by Intellisense
This Fruits and Vegetables is very similar to Fruits and Vegetables for Kids from Cleverbit. One difference is that this one doesn’t have “for kids” kind of feel to it (warm music, colorful graphics).
First you learn about all the more famous fruits and vegetables, after which there are 2 quizzes, multiple choice and pair matching, where the little ones can test their newfound knowledge of the wonderful world of fruits and vegetables.
Also, have a look at 5 Alphabet Learning Apps For Android.
Kids Learning Vegetable Names
Like the name of the app so clearly illustrates, Kids Learning Vegetable Names teaches the little ones about the names of all the more well known vegetables.
Unlike the previously mentioned kids fruits and vegetables apps, this one is very simple. There are no quizzes, only the teaching mode is available. Just flip through the list of vegetables and as you go their names are read out alongside their image. Another app from this publisher called Kids Learning Fruit Names exists, where fruit names are taught.
Fruits And Vegetables For Kids by Kidstatic
Fruits And Vegetables For Kids is similar to the first app from the list, it’s namesake from Cleverbit.
Flashcard mode is the teaching mode, where images of fruits and vegetables are showed and their names are read out. Once you’ve done that, there’s also a memory game where matching pairs of fruits and vegetables have to be picked from either a 4X2, 4X3 or a 4X4 tile grid.
Also, have a look at Android Game App for free: Fruit Roll.
Fruits and Vegetables for Kids by Premium Software
Fruits and Vegetables for Kids by Premium Software has the largest collection of both fruits and vegetables, several dozens of each.
Only the learning mode is available, see image above. In this learning mode, kids need to flip through images of fruit/vegetables and as they are changed their names are read out. Images used here are HD quality so it’s a great app for tablets with larger screens/resolutions.
Out of the 5 fruits and vegetables apps from the list above I would suggest you first try Fruits And Vegetables for Kids by Premium Software. Mainly because it has the biggest database of fruits and vegetables for learning and it’s HD. After that, go for the first app from the list, the one published by Cleverbit because it has quizzes. One thing I have to note though, all of them put tomato in the vegetables category, so watch out for that. Let me know what you think in the comments down below.