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Our Learning Approach

Designed to grow big hearts, strong minds, and healthy bodies

Designed for little kids ages 2-7, Noggin delivers big learning with 1,000+ interactive activities – developed by early childhood educators and starring children’s favorite characters.

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Our Learning Approach

Personalized, interactive learning for kids 2-7
Developed by education experts, tested by kids
1000+ educational games, videos, and books
Designed for little kids ages 2-7
Noggin delivers big learning with 1,000+ interactive activities
Developed by early childhood educators and starring kids' favorite characters

Kids learn the critical skills they need to succeed in school and life

Social & Emotional Skills

Nurturing the skills for strong self-awareness, empathy, and relationships.

Math & Literacy

Learning their ABCs and 123s, plus everything in between and beyond – including shapes, patterns, vocabulary, and early reading skills.

Knowledge Discovery

A whole universe of discovery, including Science & Engineering and Arts & History.

Wellness

Powering up kids’ skills in movement and healthy habits.

How Kids Learn with Noggin

With Noggin, kids embark on the ultimate learning adventure! Our four learning programs are built to enrich your whole child: their cognitive, physical, and social and emotional growth. Each program builds skills and knowledge in a specific area of your child’s development with a carefully developed path – delivered through exciting, fun content that sparks their lifelong love for learning.

Our Families Love Noggin

“It’s been awesome seeing my girls develop their own opinions and I love that they get to explore their own interests as individuals throughout it.”

Trinity, Instagram

“Noggin helps your child develop their own opinions, a vivid sense of individuality and the curiosity to continue learning.”

Christy, Instagram

“We definitely allow Uriah to have screen time but we want to make sure he’s filling his mind with good age appropriate content so we’ve been using Noggin!”

Anitra, Instagram

Start Your Kids’ Learning Adventure Today

We’re inviting you and your kids to explore Noggin for free. Discover all the ways they’ll learn, discover, and grow with this complimentary trial!

Meet the Learning Team

Our dream team of experts and advisors are teachers, pediatricians, researchers – and parents. They are armed with best-in-class backgrounds in early childhood development, curriculum design, and educational technology (and in raising kids themselves!).

Michael Levine, Ph.D.

SVP, Learning & Impact

Kiersten Zimmerman, M.S.Ed

Sr. Director, Learning & Impact

Brittany Sommer Katzin, Ed.M.

Director of Learning & Impact

Kevin Miklasz, Ph.D.

Sr. Director, Learning Analytics & Insights

Sabrina Silverstein, MA, NBCT

Sr. Curriculum Advisor

Beth Richman, Ed.M.

Sr. Curriculum Advisor

Israel Flores, Ph.D.

Sr. Manager, Learning Innovations

Courtney Wong Chin, M.A.

Director, Learning Insights & Design

Give Noggin a Try

Kid-safe & ad-free

Accessible on multiple devices

New content added weekly

Downloadable books & games for offline play

Kid-safe & ad-free

New content added weekly

Accessible on multiple devices

Downloadable books & games for offline play

Michael Levine, Ph.D.

SVP, Learning & Impact

Early learning and social policy expert Michael Levine is responsible for deepening Noggin’s value to children and families through dynamic content, partnerships, and interactive experiences. He previously served as chief knowledge officer at Sesame Workshop and as founding executive director of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, a pioneering thought leader in the digital media and learning field. He also oversaw innovative grantmaking, strategic communications and program design and scaling strategies for Carnegie Corporation of New York, the New York City Department of Education, the Mayor’s Office, and Asia Society.

Kiersten Zimmerman, M.S.Ed

Senior Director, Learning & Impact

Kiersten Zimmerman oversees Noggin’s learning programs and the development of new and innovative approaches to learning. She led formative research for Nickelodeon’s “Dora the Explorer” before joining BrainPOP to lead the development of their first early childhood initiative. For over a decade, Kiersten has also advised leading early childhood organizations in product and strategic development, including: Teaching Strategies, Kaplan Early Learning, Kindermusik International, HighScope, Acelero Learning, AlphaBEST Education, and The Ounce of Prevention Fund.

Brittany Sommer Katzin, Ed.M

Director of Learning & Impact

Brittany Sommer Katzin leads Noggin’s family engagement efforts and initiatives for social and emotional learning, social justice education, and health and wellness. Previously, she was senior director of Family Empowerment & Community Partnerships at the NYC Department of Education’s Division of Early Childhood Education, where she led the development of culturally relevant family resources and programs and guided community engagement and partnership strategies. She also spent five years at Sesame Workshop, where she produced multimedia outreach projects addressing childhood resilience, the needs of military families, children of incarcerated parents, and healthy habits.

Kevin Miklasz

Senior Director, Learning Analytics & Insights

Kevin Miklasz leads our efforts to measure our content’s effectiveness and student learning as it’s happening. He has worked in and around game design and education for more than 10 years, bringing his background in biomechanics, marine ecology, and fluid dynamics research to designing science curriculum, teaching after-school science programs, designing science games, running a science and cooking blog, doing data analyses to improve edtech products, designing digital assessments, and more. He is also author of the book Intrinsic Rewards in Games and Learning.

Sabrina Silverstein

Senior Learning & Impact Advisor

Sabrina Silverstein provides Noggin a deep understanding of how young children develop and learn, collaborating with others to build content that is developmentally appropriate and fun. She brings more than 25 years of experience in the early childhood field, including 16 years teaching pre-K in the Chicago Public Schools. She has built and led bilingual programs, research projects, assessment systems, and curriculum for Bank Street College, the New York City Department of Education, and more.

Beth Richman, Ed.M.

Senior Curriculum Advisor

Mother of Two

Beth Richman helps design and implement educational goals across Noggin’s various content types. She has spent more than two decades as an educational content specialist and qualitative researcher, developing products that inspire and educate children for clients including Nick Jr., Disney Junior, PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Sesame Workshop, Fred Rogers Productions, DreamWorks Animation Television, Spin Master, Pocket.watch, Little Airplane Productions, WildBrain, Space Racers, The New York International Children’s Film Festival and littleBits, as well as for a number of production companies, creators, and researchers around the world.

Israel Flores, Ph.D.

Senior Manager, Innovations in Learning

Israel Flores leads eBook research and development and helps assess science-based learning innovations for Noggin. A developmental psychologist with expertise in children’s learning from media and technology, he is a leader in assessing science-based learning innovations related to children’s literacy and their potential for direct translation to learning impact. At the Vanderbilt Program for Talented Youth, he developed and taught courses for gifted elementary and middle-school students to promote engagement and interest in psychology and experimental design.

Courtney Wong Chin, M.A.

Director of Learning Insights & Design

Mother of one

Courtney Wong leads research across Noggin interactive and linear content to ensure that our materials are created with the highest potential for measurable learning. She has spent over 10 years conducting educational media and technology user-experience research with children, parents and educators. Previously, she served as director of content research and evaluation at Sesame Workshop, where she led research for numerous shows, website games, apps, eBooks, and podcasts.