From PBS KIDS: The Tiger Family Grows - The Tiger Family is expanding and Daniel finds out that he is going to be a big brother! At first, he isn't sure what to expect, but as his family prepares for...
Daniel is visiting school for the first time and he's a little nervous until he learns that asking questions so that he knows what to expect is the best way to handle the anxiety that comes with new ...
It's Daniel's Birthday! Daniel is very excited to go to Baker Aker's Bakery with his mom to pick out a cake for his party. When they arrive home after a bumpy ride on Trolley, Daniel is disappointed ...
Super why is a great adventure to get kids to "look in a book!" Wyatt and his pals usually have to solve a problem by looking into a story and solving a puzzle. My infant son loves this ... See full summary »
Chris and Martin Kratt are brothers who explore the wild throughout the world to learn more about animals and share conservation information. They have three friends who travel in the ... See full summary »
Led by a boy named Ryder, a team of six playful rescue dogs use their individual talents to protect the seaside town of Adventure Bay. The pups are occasionally joined by newer helpers: Cap'n Turbot, Robo-Dog, Everest, and Tracker.
FETCH with Ruff Ruffman is a reality game show for kids. Blending live-action and animation, FETCH. revolves around an animated dog named Ruff Ruffman, who develops, produces, and hosts his... See full summary »
A life-sized Trolley takes guests to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to meet Daniel and his friends at Idlewild Park in Ligonier, PA. The attraction was originally created by Fred Rogers and refurbished to reflect "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood." See more »
As a mother of a toddler who loves this show, I have to write a good review for it. The shows (and the songs) have helped her learn to use the potty and to share. Yes, that's right, my daughter was potty trained by 2 and I credit this show, in part. There are lots of great lesson that have helped her navigate life and play with friends. And as she grows older, we revisit shows that have lessons relevant to her life. I don't mind watching the shows repeatedly too. The songs do stick in your head, but now we make up our own songs for all sorts of things.
I grew up watching Mr. Roger's Neighborhood, but my memory of it is fuzzy. So, I am not upset about the changes.
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