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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Photo Credit:  The Fred Rogers Company

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  • Best of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood - Recipe for Fun Collection
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  • Daniel Tries Something New and Daniel's Big Feelings
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  • Daniel Tries Something New and Daniel's Big Feelings
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  • Daniel Visits the Farm
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  • King Daniel for the Day
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  • Neighborhood Friends Collection
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  • Super Daniel
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  • Tiger Family Trip
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  • Welcome to the Neighborhood
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  • Would You Be Mine
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  • You Are Special, Daniel Tiger!
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Plot Synopsis

In this animated children's program, 4-year-old Daniel Tiger, the son of Daniel Striped Tiger from MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD, teaches life's little lessons while providing a kid's-eye view of his life and everyday adventures. Aimed at preschoolers ages 2-4 and their families, Daniel teaches fun and practical strategies and skills necessary for growing and learning. Each 30-minute episode features two distinct stories sharing a common teaching message, including: "When something seems bad, turn it around and find something good!," which uses a smushed -- but yummy -- birthday cake and a rainy day that forces Daniel and his friends to move their picnic inside a clock tower; "When we do something new, let's talk about what we'll do!," highlighting how Daniel handles anxiety by asking questions on his first visit to school and how talking and reading helps him prepare for a doctor's visit; "Everyone is big enough to do something," showing how Prince Wednesday may not be tall enough to pick the highest fruit but he's the only one small enough to grab the magical golden pear and how Daniel Tiger finds ways to help his Dad build a playhouse even though he's not old enough to use grown-up tools; and many more life lessons.

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Production & Distribution

  • Produced by The Fred Rogers Company