JogNog Celebrates Digital Learning Day with US State Facts Challenge

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Top Three States with the Most Players to be Featured in the JogNog Blog

JogNog is pleased to announce its participation in the first-ever Digital Learning Day campaign. This national campaign is designed to celebrate innovative teaching, highlight practices that make learning more personalized and engaging for students, and explore how digital learning can provide all students with the opportunities they deserve – to build the skills needed to succeed in college, career, and life.

JogNog is designed to meet teachers’ needs for teaching the state and national standard curricula for grades 2 through 8. It provides more than 40,000 educator-created questions to its players. Teachers can also design their own quizzes and track progress by individual students. JogNog encourages teachers to “Try Something New on Digital Learning Day” by having their students play the State Facts and Capitals game 100% FREE. The top three states that have the most students play JogNog on Digital Learning Day will be celebrated on the JogNog blog.

“Digital Learning Day is a perfect match for JogNog,” said Stephen Smith, CEO and co-founder of “We’re thrilled to join in this innovative program that marshals the latest in educational technology to help students excel.”

To learn more about how to be a part of this groundbreaking event, sign up at, “like” Digital Learning Day on Facebook and follow the discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #DLDay.

The JogNog State Facts game is available at no cost to students and teachers at Watch for the top three winning states to be announced on the JogNog blog at and in the JogNog Weekly newsletter.

About JogNog
JogNog provides competitive learning games that motivate kids to learn in an engaging and fun way. Specifically designed to meet teachers’ needs to address standard curriculum for grades 2 through 8, JogNog uses the latest in educational research to create competitive learning games that enhance the process.


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