Mother Goose ~ Nursery RhymesBot


The best way for children to use this RhymesBot, is on the Google Assistant Directory, by saying, “Talk to Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes,” or for a male-voiced version say,  “Talk to Papa Bear Nursery Rhymes,” (available in Google Play and Apple App Store).  Kids can tell the app to find the verses they like - without needing to write - then hear the words read aloud to them.  They can also practice repeating a rhyme until they learn it off by heart.

Nursery rhymes included in this collection:





A Diller a Dollar









Baa Baa Black Sheep






Cackle Cackle Mother Goose




Cobbler Cobbler Mend My Shoe







Cock a Doodle Do





Curly-Locks Curly-Locks





Diddle Diddle Dumpling







Girls and Boys Come Out to Play








Hey Diddle Diddle






Hickety Pickety My Black Hen










Hickory Dickory Dock








How Much Wood





Humpty Dumpty







I Love Little Pussy









Jack and Jill







Jack Be Nimble





Image by J. Smith 1918. Meaning: To 'play bo peep' referred to the punishment of being locked in a pillory.


Little Bo-Peep






Little Boy Blue







Little Jack Horner






Little Miss Muffet





Mary Had a Little Lamb









Mary Mary Quite Contrary






Milkman Milkman




Old King Cole






Pat-a-Cake Pat-a-Cake









Polly Put The Kettle On






Rain Rain Go Away








Ride a Cock-Horse





Ring-a-Ring O' Roses






Sing a Song of Sixpence







The Grand Old Duke of York









The King the Mice and the Cheese







The Liar Bird
By James Miller



The Owl and the Pussy-Cat






There Was a Crooked Man






This Little Piggy






To Market To Market






Wash the Dishes













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