Check out these fun, family activities and blog posts to connect, get moving, and have fun with the kids in your life – no matter your mood. We hope these videos, downloadables, and ideas bring you inspiration and good energy!
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Freeze!

Beat the summer heat with this COOL video. Enmoción is our newest group and we can’t get enough of FREEZE! Especially when it’s so hot out!

So crank it up and chill out with these hot dance moves!

Check out this hand out on temperatures!

Outdoor Activity

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM! Who doesn’t love a chilly scoop of your fav ice cream flavor on a super hot day? Nothing better than getting messy and sticky from that ice cream cone and then running the sprinkler to wash off and cool down!

On National Ice Cream day — make your own home-made treat with our HOW TO Make Ice Cream in a Bag video!! Customize the flavor or the toppings and have an ice cream party!

Family Time

Amelia Earhart was an author, an aviator and the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean! As a pioneer in her field, she inspired women all over the world. She set many other world records and at the age of 39, was attempting to be the first female aviator to fly around the world, when she and her navigator disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean.

To celebrate Amelia Earhart day, check out this beginner reader biography on Amelia and her amazing accomplishments! Get everyone involved with our HOW TO Make a Paper Airplane video and let your dreams take flight!

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GoNoodle is on Roblox!

Join McPufferson and your friends in GoNoodle’s free, new Hide and Seek game on Roblox . Check out two different Champ worlds: Squatchy’s Forest and Om Petalhead’s Magical Garden.

Patrick Star’s Breakfast Bash

NEW, FREE GAME ALERT!  Patrick Star’s Breakfast Bash, powered by The Patrick Star Show on Nickelodeon, is now available in GoNoodle Games.

Bring on endless giggles and smiles as you get your kiddos moving! Make sure your kiddos catch The Patrick Star show every Friday at 7/6CT on Nickelodeon!

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Space Jam A New Legacy Dance Off

Are your kiddos interpretive dance skills more of a Taz or Bugs Bunny?

Test them out in our new video, Space Jam: A New Legacy Dance Off! Don’t forget to catch SPACE JAM MOVIE  in theaters and on HBO Max, this Friday!

Download this AMAZING activity pack full of healthy recipes, coloring activities, puzzles and movie poster-wothy print outs. Fun for all your Space Jam fans!

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Lunch

Don’t forget to take a break from summer activities to eat a nutricious and delicious lunch! Fill your plate with the rainbow, yummy orange carrots, plump green grapes and juicy red strawberries. You need to fuel your body for the next big adventure in your day so sing along with Blazer Fresh and get ready for LUNCH!

Learn all about a healthy lunch with our Lunch Time: Fill Your Plate printable. Create and color a tummy-licious lunch with healthy options so you are ready to swim, jump and run this summer!

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Dance Like This Dude

What do you call a fake noodle? An impasta.

Celebrate dad jokes this week and enjoy Dance Like This Dude or should we say Dance Like This Dad!!
Want to keep your family laughing? Check out our Laughs with Squatchy.

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Don’t Read Like a Robot

Kick off your kiddo’s summer reading list with Blazer Fresh and their classic, Don’t Read Like a Robot! Get your kiddo excited to read by moving and grooving before reading together! This is the perfect video to help your beginner readers remember to read with expression!

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Modified Squatchy Move: Chicken Dance?

Ranger Buddy, Tom the Turkey and Squatchy get moving and grooving with a classic dance move that the whole family can do together. Shake your tail feathers in the morning to start your day off right!

Squatchy’s pal, Tom the Turkey would love to join you while you Chicken Dance! Have fun with this easy craft.

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Don’t Read Like a Robot

Kick off your kiddo’s summer reading list with Blazer Fresh and their classic, Don’t Read Like a Robot! Get your kiddo excited to read by moving and grooving before reading together! This is the perfect video to help your beginner readers remember to read with expression!

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Squatchy Talk: Hokey Pocus

Things are getting magical in the Forest of Big Trees! Join Squatchy and his friends in their NEW classical take on the hokey pokey, Squatchy Talk: Hokey Pocus. Grab your magic wand and get ready to sing and dance along! Looking for added laughs with Squatchy and his pals? Download our Squatchy Lunch Sack Craft!

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Banana Banana Meatball

Learning sure can be fun when you are throwing your hands in the air to BANANA BANANA MEATBALL! Turn up this beat as your kiddos learn to make a pattern – and be sure to tag us @GoNoodle with your family or classroom dancing fun! Check this video out in English and in Spanish!

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Guacamole

Celebrate National Chip and Dip day this week with our favorite jam from The Best Tees, Guacamole! There’s never a wrong time to partake in this delicious snack, so have your kiddos join one of our favorite duos as they learn about the number of days in each month and the months of the year!

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Getcha Money Right

Searching for a pot of gold this month? Be sure your little ones know the difference between a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Dance and sing along with Blazer Fresh as you Getcha Money Right! ☘️

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Snack Attack

I need a snack?” Well stomp and clap along with the Best Tees new video, Snack Attack! Sing along to this catchy tune and share your kiddo’s awesome moves with us by tagging us @GoNoodle!With each move your kiddo performs teach them a little about their body as well! Use our flex your muscles activity sheet to learn one exercise in each muscle group!

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Tiburón Bebé (Baby Shark)

Muévete como un bebé, mamá, papá, abuela y gran tiburón blanco mientras cantas esta canción que nunca saldrá de tu cabeza (¡lo siento!)
With each move your kiddo performs teach them a little about their body as well! Use our flex your muscles activity sheet to learn one exercise in each muscle group!

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Freeze

FREEZE! And then get moving and dance to the English-language version of Freeze from Enmoción. Let your little ones fall in love all over again to one of our favorite tunes to come out of 2020!

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Que Dijiste

Que Dijiste ¡Baila y muevete like the crazy crocodile and all of his animal amigos!

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Nimble Nostrils

Close your eyes, take a big inhale, then a deep exhale. Our new video, Nimble Nostrils, will help the whole family use your breathing to feel more awake and alert!

Use our Learn More About Your Brain downloadable to help your kiddos understand a bit about how the frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobe work in their brains!

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Bunny Breath

Encourage your little ones to focus on their breathing and their other senses. Getting outside of their heads can help them calm themselves. Once you have practiced these breathing techniques a few times, you can cue your child when they get anxious or lose focus to Bunny Breath their way to calm!

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Bye Bye Bye

BYE BYE BYE 2020! Continue your celebration of the new year with this classic. Let your kids learn to sing their little heart outs and impress them with your vast knowledge of golden ’90s hits with one of our favorite NTV jams!

With each move your kiddo performs teach them a little about their body as well! Use our flex your muscles activity sheet to learn one exercise in each muscle group!

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Whale Breath

Whale, Whale, Whale… what do we have here? 🐋 A new video that helps your kiddos learn focused breathing, calm their minds and bodies, and inhale and exhale with a big whale breath!

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Bear Breath

Bear Breath This fun game will get your whole family, moving, laughing, and learning about

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Patrick Star’s Breakfast Bash

NEW, FREE GAME ALERT!  Patrick Star’s Breakfast Bash, powered by The Patrick Star Show on Nickelodeon, is now available in GoNoodle Games.

Bring on endless giggles and smiles as you get your kiddos moving! Make sure your kiddos catch The Patrick Star show every Friday at 7/6CT on Nickelodeon!

View

Space Jam A New Legacy Dance Off

Are your kiddos interpretive dance skills more of a Taz or Bugs Bunny?

Test them out in our new video, Space Jam: A New Legacy Dance Off! Don’t forget to catch SPACE JAM MOVIE  in theaters and on HBO Max, this Friday!

Download this AMAZING activity pack full of healthy recipes, coloring activities, puzzles and movie poster-wothy print outs. Fun for all your Space Jam fans!

View

Lunch

Don’t forget to take a break from summer activities to eat a nutricious and delicious lunch! Fill your plate with the rainbow, yummy orange carrots, plump green grapes and juicy red strawberries. You need to fuel your body for the next big adventure in your day so sing along with Blazer Fresh and get ready for LUNCH!

Learn all about a healthy lunch with our Lunch Time: Fill Your Plate printable. Create and color a tummy-licious lunch with healthy options so you are ready to swim, jump and run this summer!

View

Dance Like This Dude

What do you call a fake noodle? An impasta.

Celebrate dad jokes this week and enjoy Dance Like This Dude or should we say Dance Like This Dad!!
Want to keep your family laughing? Check out our Laughs with Squatchy.

View

Don’t Read Like a Robot

Kick off your kiddo’s summer reading list with Blazer Fresh and their classic, Don’t Read Like a Robot! Get your kiddo excited to read by moving and grooving before reading together! This is the perfect video to help your beginner readers remember to read with expression!

View

Modified Squatchy Move: Chicken Dance?

Ranger Buddy, Tom the Turkey and Squatchy get moving and grooving with a classic dance move that the whole family can do together. Shake your tail feathers in the morning to start your day off right!

Squatchy’s pal, Tom the Turkey would love to join you while you Chicken Dance! Have fun with this easy craft.

View

Don’t Read Like a Robot

Kick off your kiddo’s summer reading list with Blazer Fresh and their classic, Don’t Read Like a Robot! Get your kiddo excited to read by moving and grooving before reading together! This is the perfect video to help your beginner readers remember to read with expression!

View

Banana Banana Meatball

Learning sure can be fun when you are throwing your hands in the air to BANANA BANANA MEATBALL! Turn up this beat as your kiddos learn to make a pattern – and be sure to tag us @GoNoodle with your family or classroom dancing fun! Check this video out in English and in Spanish!

View

Guacamole

Celebrate National Chip and Dip day this week with our favorite jam from The Best Tees, Guacamole! There’s never a wrong time to partake in this delicious snack, so have your kiddos join one of our favorite duos as they learn about the number of days in each month and the months of the year!

View

Getcha Money Right

Searching for a pot of gold this month? Be sure your little ones know the difference between a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Dance and sing along with Blazer Fresh as you Getcha Money Right! ☘️

View

Freeze

FREEZE! And then get moving and dance to the English-language version of Freeze from Enmoción. Let your little ones fall in love all over again to one of our favorite tunes to come out of 2020!

View

Cookie Boogie

This holiday season is the perfect time to enjoy the sites, sounds, scents, crafts, and activities that come along with this festive time of year! Set the mood to the tune of Cookie Boogie!

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Make the Most of Your Children’s Well Checkups

A doctor’s visit when your child is sick focuses on the illness or problem at hand, whereas well-child visits provide parents an opportunity to discuss their child’s emotions, learning and behavior, as well as general physical health. Learn more about the importance of Wellness Visits from our partner, The Guthrie Clinic, below.

Read More

Ten Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth and Father’s Day

Whether you’ve been celebrating Juneteenth for years or it is something that is brand new to your family, we can all agree that the need to educate ourselves more on the history of racial injustice and find ways to motivate our children to stand up for the things that they believe in – will make our world a more equitable place.

Read More

Six Refreshing Mindfulness Activities to do with Your Kids this Summer

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Make Your Family’s Summer Sizzle

Whether your family is having a staycation or venturing across the country to create new adventures this summer, entertaining kiddos is an uphill battle we all face. Checkout all the different ways to entertain your crew this summer with GoNoodle staples and fun activities that will give you immediate parent wins from your backyard, the tight space of your car, or anywhere your family is!

Read More

Coach Terry’s Touchdown!

One of the parenting wonders of the world is the mindblowing amount of energy our kids can have after a full day of school, practice, and running around with friends on the playground. When we finally have a moment to unwind after a long day, the chorus of, “I’m bored. Entertain me” begins. So, how can we help the energetic kids in our lives get the wiggles out when we need a break?

Read More

Six Refreshing Mindfulness Activities to do with Your Kids this Summer

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Keep Your Kids Active Year-Round With NFL PLAY 60

NFL PLAY 60 Kids Day on February 3rd brought together thousands of kids to have fun and get physically active with their favorite teams, players, mascots, and cheerleaders. We all got to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy in the Super Bowl, but the Kansas City Chiefs took home the most votes at PLAY 60 Kids Day! With their exercise, the Kansas City Championship Plank, the Chiefs had this season’s top NFL PLAY 60 play! But, the real winner of the big game experience were all the kids who got moving with their favorite NFL teams!
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the pressure of raising little ones that are kind, empathetic, and welcoming of others. Take some of that pressure off of yourself by letting books step in and help you teach some wonderful lessons about the world through stories. We hope these books inspire many conversations and countless learning opportunities for you and your whole family.

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Every Bite Matters

Do you have picky eaters, miniature foodies, or some of both at home? Finding a healthy balance between the dos and don’ts for all the food critics in your family is not as complicated as you might think. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025 edition offers a framework to guide you and yours on the path to a healthy relationship with food.

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With GoNoodle

Does your overworked parental brain forget that a holiday is coming until 5 a.m. on the actual day? For example, St. Patrick’s Day, you make grand plans in your mind to turn things green, hide a pot of gold, and sing and dance to perfectly-themed videos. But in reality, you forget the ideas until the wee hours of the morning day-of when it’s too late to do much of anything except pull a green shirt out of the hamper for your kiddo to rock that day.

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Understanding Our Children’s Social-Emotional Growth

Social-emotional growth takes time. It’s one of the most important building blocks of our kiddos’ health and well being. When nurtured, it can form a strong foundation to help our kids understand and manage their emotions, feel and show empathy for others, and make responsible decisions. As parents, caregivers, and role models in our kid’s lives, listening to them and knowing the right questions to ask can guide us in helping them learn how to manage, cope, and best express themselves.

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Ten Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth and Father’s Day

Whether you’ve been celebrating Juneteenth for years or it is something that is brand new to your family, we can all agree that the need to educate ourselves more on the history of racial injustice and find ways to motivate our children to stand up for the things that they believe in – will make our world a more equitable place.

Read More

Six Refreshing Mindfulness Activities to do with Your Kids this Summer

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Make Your Family’s Summer Sizzle

Whether your family is having a staycation or venturing across the country to create new adventures this summer, entertaining kiddos is an uphill battle we all face. Checkout all the different ways to entertain your crew this summer with GoNoodle staples and fun activities that will give you immediate parent wins from your backyard, the tight space of your car, or anywhere your family is!

Read More

Coach Terry’s Touchdown!

One of the parenting wonders of the world is the mindblowing amount of energy our kids can have after a full day of school, practice, and running around with friends on the playground. When we finally have a moment to unwind after a long day, the chorus of, “I’m bored. Entertain me” begins. So, how can we help the energetic kids in our lives get the wiggles out when we need a break?

Read More

Better Hearing and Speech Month: Speaking and Listening Skills for All Ages

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Self-Advocacy Tips for Parents

Self-advocacy is not an innate skill for everyone. Children, especially, are often unfamiliar with the concept. This is because, for the most part, many of their needs have been met before they even ask.

In order to introduce self-advocacy skills, parents have to ignore the natural instinct to step in and assist and instead allow their children to recognize, specify, and vocalize their needs. These three aspects are crucial for enacting self-advocacy: children must have opportunities to recognize when they need something; they then need practice identifying exactly what they need that is going to help them through the task or challenge; finally, they need communicative skills to relay that information to others who can provide assistance.

Read More

Make the Most of Your Children’s Well Checkups

A doctor’s visit when your child is sick focuses on the illness or problem at hand, whereas well-child visits provide parents an opportunity to discuss their child’s emotions, learning and behavior, as well as general physical health. Learn more about the importance of Wellness Visits from our partner, The Guthrie Clinic, below.

Read More

Six Refreshing Mindfulness Activities to do with Your Kids this Summer

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Make Your Family’s Summer Sizzle

Whether your family is having a staycation or venturing across the country to create new adventures this summer, entertaining kiddos is an uphill battle we all face. Checkout all the different ways to entertain your crew this summer with GoNoodle staples and fun activities that will give you immediate parent wins from your backyard, the tight space of your car, or anywhere your family is!

Read More

Better Hearing and Speech Month: Speaking and Listening Skills for All Ages

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Self-Advocacy Tips for Parents

Self-advocacy is not an innate skill for everyone. Children, especially, are often unfamiliar with the concept. This is because, for the most part, many of their needs have been met before they even ask.

In order to introduce self-advocacy skills, parents have to ignore the natural instinct to step in and assist and instead allow their children to recognize, specify, and vocalize their needs. These three aspects are crucial for enacting self-advocacy: children must have opportunities to recognize when they need something; they then need practice identifying exactly what they need that is going to help them through the task or challenge; finally, they need communicative skills to relay that information to others who can provide assistance.

Read More

Ten Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth and Father’s Day

Whether you’ve been celebrating Juneteenth for years or it is something that is brand new to your family, we can all agree that the need to educate ourselves more on the history of racial injustice and find ways to motivate our children to stand up for the things that they believe in – will make our world a more equitable place.

Read More

Make Your Family’s Summer Sizzle

Whether your family is having a staycation or venturing across the country to create new adventures this summer, entertaining kiddos is an uphill battle we all face. Checkout all the different ways to entertain your crew this summer with GoNoodle staples and fun activities that will give you immediate parent wins from your backyard, the tight space of your car, or anywhere your family is!

Read More

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With GoNoodle

Does your overworked parental brain forget that a holiday is coming until 5 a.m. on the actual day? For example, St. Patrick’s Day, you make grand plans in your mind to turn things green, hide a pot of gold, and sing and dance to perfectly-themed videos. But in reality, you forget the ideas until the wee hours of the morning day-of when it’s too late to do much of anything except pull a green shirt out of the hamper for your kiddo to rock that day.

Read More

Share The Love

For the crafty-moms to the moms looking for simply an easy win – we have you covered! Checkout below the links to some of our favorite videos perfect for impromptu dance sessions and our downloadables ready to celebrate the season.

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NYE Celebrations

This year is different. It’s different in every way and it continues to keep us on our toes. Within each season, as parents, we are faced with thinking about ways we can provide a sense of “normal” for our kids.

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Choosing The Right Pet for Your Family

There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to deciding what type of pet will be the best fit for your family. It isn’t something to jump into without taking an honest look at your lifestyle and household, because every pet deserves to have a forever family. Here are some questions to ask yourself as you begin the journey toward welcoming your new family member.

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Coach Terry’s Touchdown!

One of the parenting wonders of the world is the mindblowing amount of energy our kids can have after a full day of school, practice, and running around with friends on the playground. When we finally have a moment to unwind after a long day, the chorus of, “I’m bored. Entertain me” begins. So, how can we help the energetic kids in our lives get the wiggles out when we need a break?

Read More

Better Hearing and Speech Month: Speaking and Listening Skills for All Ages

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which involves raising awareness about communication disorders. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, communication disorders involve “an impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts of verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbol systems.” There are many different types and variations of communication disorders—and the range in severity is even more vast.

Read More

Self-Advocacy Tips for Parents

Self-advocacy is not an innate skill for everyone. Children, especially, are often unfamiliar with the concept. This is because, for the most part, many of their needs have been met before they even ask.

In order to introduce self-advocacy skills, parents have to ignore the natural instinct to step in and assist and instead allow their children to recognize, specify, and vocalize their needs. These three aspects are crucial for enacting self-advocacy: children must have opportunities to recognize when they need something; they then need practice identifying exactly what they need that is going to help them through the task or challenge; finally, they need communicative skills to relay that information to others who can provide assistance.

Read More

Teacher Appreciation Week

Education is the foundation of our society and teachers are the cement that holds that foundation together. Teachers are nurses, therapists, referees, cheerleaders, IT specialists, role models, and event planners. As parents and caregivers, we witness daily the impact great teachers make on our kiddos, and it leaves us wanting to simply scream from the mountain tops, THANK YOU! This past year has really shown all of us the amazing dedication and love educators pour into kids every single day.

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Comprender el crecimiento socioemocional de nuestros hijos

El crecimiento socioemocional lleva tiempo. Es uno de los componentes básicos más importantes de la salud y el bienestar de nuestros niños. Cuando se nutre, puede formar una base sólida para ayudar a nuestros hijos a comprender y manejar sus emociones, sentir y mostrar empatía por los demás y tomar decisiones responsables. Como padres, cuidadores y modelos a seguir en la vida de nuestros hijos, escucharlos y saber las preguntas correctas que hacer puede guiarnos para ayudarlos a aprender cómo manejarse, afrontar y expresarse mejor.

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Navegando los desafíos de salud mental en la vida de nuestros niños

Como padres, nos asustamos y nos avergonzamos cuando no sabemos de inmediato cómo ayudar a nuestros hijos. Pero no hay ningún libro acerca de la crianza de los hijos que se aplique a todos los niños, y ciertamente no hay uno que funcione en este momento. Estamos muy emocionados de decirles que nos hemos asociado con On Our Sleeves®, el movimiento para transformar la salud mental de los niños a través de la educación, la defensa y la investigación, para brindar herramientas a los padres y maestros para ayudar a los niños en este momento.

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Celebrando la historia afroamericana durante todo el año

¿Sabías que el Mes de la Historia Afroamericana comenzó originalmente como una celebración de una semana? Desde entonces, se ha convertido en una celebración mundial de un mes de la cultura, las voces, los logros y la historia de los afroamericanos. Pero, ¿por qué deberíamos limitar la celebración de la historia afroamericana a solo los 28 (o 29) días de Febrero? Hemos reunido un calendario lleno de formas en que usted y su familia pueden celebrar la diversidad y la cultura Afroamericano durante todo el año.

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Elegir la mascota adecuada para su familia

Hay muchas cosas a considerar cuando se trata de decidir qué tipo de mascota será la mejor opción para su familia. No es algo para profundizar sin tener una mirada honesta en su estilo de vida y su hogar, porque cada mascota merece tener una familia eterna. Aquí hay algunas preguntas que deben hacerse a sí mismo al comenzar el viaje hacia la bienvenida a su nuevo miembro de la familia.

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Roblox

Join McPufferson and your friends in GoNoodle’s free, new Hide and Seek game on Roblox. Check out two different Champ worlds: Squatchy’s Forest and Om Petalhead’s Magical Garden.

Move & Melt

Ready to reset your family’s bodies and create some good energy? Join our live class, Move & Melt with GoNoodle, on Sat., March 27th at 1pm PT / 4pm ET!

This 45-minute family yoga class 🧘🏽‍♂️ will be led by PretzelKids and include dance breaks to your fave GoNoodle hits! $15 gets you access for the whole family, there’s something for everyone! 🕺🏼 Space is limited, sign up now!

GoNoodle Family Club

Are you and your family HUGE GoNoodle fans? Do you love early bird specials, special discount codes, or exclusive access to new downloadables? Join the GoNoodle Family Club now! Don’t miss out on our upcoming promotions – they’re offers the whole family will be crazy about!

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