GoNoodleⓇ Participates in 31st Annual Dallas Holiday Parade

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GoNoodle, a leading media technology company that develops and distributes movement and mindfulness content for kids, is proud to be an official sponsor of The 31st annual Dallas Holiday Parade.

GoNoodle, a leading media technology company that develops and distributes movement and mindfulness content for kids, is proud to be an official sponsor of The 31st annual Dallas Holiday Parade. McPufferson, one of GoNoodle's 25 beloved Champs, will join the parade and bring smiles to the faces of the teachers and students who know him from GoNoodle's videos that are used in 4 out of 5 US public elementary schools. The 30 foot McPufferson balloon will be commandeered by 17 teacher volunteers from the Dallas Metroplex area who use GoNoodle in their classrooms.

"We are thrilled to be a part of The Dallas Holiday Parade," said Denyse Ferguson, Senior Vice President of Health Partnerships at GoNoodle. "GoNoodle helps kids be their best selves and thrives on bringing joy to the lives of kids. What is more joyful than a parade? I can't wait to see the kids' faces along the parade route when they see a 30 foot McPufferson coming down the street!"

Children's HealthSM has worked with GoNoodle since 2014 to help more than 900,000 students in more than 1,700 schools in the Dallas area get vital minutes of physical activity through purposeful and entertaining videos that feature high-energy dances, educational songs and mindfulness activities.

To use GoNoodle, teachers need a computer with an internet connection and a shared screen such as a projector or interactive whiteboard. Kids can access the same GoNoodle content at home online, on iOS or Android devices and through Apple TV. Teachers, parents and kids can sign up for a free account at gonoodle.com.

About GoNoodle

GoNoodle gets kids moving to be their smartest, strongest, bravest, silliest, bestest selves. GoNoodle's 100s of short interactive videos and games get kids moving throughout the day, keeping them energized and focused, while introducing curricular topics, practicing mindfulness or just getting the wiggles out. It is one of the fastest adopted tech resources and is proven to deliver measurable gains in academic performance and student health. Over 14 million kids move to GoNoodle each month. It is used in 4 out of 5 U.S. public elementary schools in all 50 states and worldwide in 185 countries. 2 million families play GoNoodle at home, turning screen time into active time, through gonoodle.com, apps for iPhone, Android and Apple TV and through the GoNoodle YouTube channel. Learn more at gonoodle.com.

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