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Type of businessPrivate
Nashville, Tennessee
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleScott McQuigg, John Herbold, Abby Pecoriello, Aaron Briggs
LaunchedAugust 22, 2013; 7 years ago (2013-08-22)

GoNoodle is an American education and technology company based in Nashville, U.S.[1][2][3] The company is known for developing a series of popular educational mobile apps and online videos that focus on physical activity and interactive learning.[4][5][6]


GoNoodle was founded in Nashville, Tennessee in 2013.[7] The company developed a series of mobile games and videos for that promote interactive physical activity including dancing, deep breathing, stretching, and other activities.[8] Targeted primarily at school children, the company's mobile games and videos are distributed worldwide.[9][10] In 2015, GoNoodle received $5 million (USD) investment from pediatric health care provider Children's Health (SM).[11][12]

See also[edit]

  • Interactive media


  1. "GoNoodle online tool boosts children's focus". USA Today.
  2. "GoNoodle". Bloomberg.
  3. "Online Game Helps Improve Test Scores". TheleafChronicle.
  4. "GoNoodle Is Creating A World Where Kids Use Technology To Unplug". Forbes.
  5. "The amazing way 5 minutes can affect your child's learning experience". Upworthy.
  6. "GoNoodle Getting Kids Moving". Katc.
  7. "Get moving with GoNoodle". Washington Times Herald.
  8. "BlueCross And GoNoodle Recognize Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, Promoting Physical Activity Breaks In Memphis Elementary Schools". Blue Cross.
  9. "GoNoodle Is Creating A World Where Kids Use Technology To Unplug". Forbes.
  10. "Go Nuts With GoNoodle: A Free Classroom Favorite!". Scholastic.
  11. "GoNoodle Now Engages 10 Million Kids per Month; Company Receives $5 Million Investment to Support Growth!". Marke Wired.
  12. "NVille's GoNoodle gets strategic investment from Children's Health of Texas". Venture Nashville.

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