Our mission at GoNoodle is to power up the best in every kid by providing fun and engaging movement videos that can be used anywhere – school, home, and everywhere in between! Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to… Read Story
Back in the day, my 5th grade class was scheduled to go to lunch at 12:45 and then head out to recess at 1:05. The recess block was mine, all mine. Thirty minutes of pure, teacher bliss – time to… Read Story
Kick off your lesson with a GoNoodle Hook
! Interest piqued + wiggles out = WINNING!
Access class-routine videos FASTER! Bookmark direct links to videos you play most often so you can navigate there in no time.
Daily agenda with… Read Story
Lots of teachers use GoNoodle at the end of a lesson… But what if you used the engaging power of GoNoodle to begin your lesson? Enter GoNoodle Lesson Hooks! Use this comprehensive list to find a GoNoodle video that fits… Read Story
Turn GoNoodle’s favorite October video into a full-blown seasonal lesson on the human skeleton. Here’s how! … Read Story
It’s the most wonderful time of the year at GoNoodle: #GoNoodleween! This year, there will be winners in five categories as well as one grand prize winner, voted on by YOU, the GoNoodle Community!
Best Champ Costume!
Best Blazer Fresh!
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Stephanie Smith, technology coach in Nashville, TN, shares why she encourages all the teachers in her school to practice math with GoNoodle Plus. Customizable for any grade, this GoNoodle Plus learning game turns math into an active review session.
More… Read Story
Three years ago, I embarked on what has been the most adventurous journey of my teaching career—first grade! Right around the same time, a colleague introduced me to GoNoodle.
Little did I know how often I would use GoNoodle in… Read Story
Literacy—the ability to read and write—is tied to everything we do. Teachers across the world spend countless hours during the school year teaching students to read and write. As a first grade teacher myself, I am always looking for ways… Read Story
We ask our students to read and write from left to right everyday at school. This task, that adults may see as simple, can be a daunting one for kids who have trouble crossing the midline of their body. In… Read Story