**2015 Parents' Choice - Gold Award**
**Common Sense Media - 50 Apps All Kids Should Play at Least Once**
"This is a must-have app for helping young children learn about their emotions- especially if they happen to be Daniel Tiger fans."
-Sharon Heuscher, Parents' Choice
"Engaging characters, catchy songs, and simple activities welcome kids into the exploration of emotions in a friendly, feel-good way."
-Dana Villamagna, Common Sense Media
Children can play, sing, and learn about all kinds of feelings with their friend and neighbor Daniel Tiger from the hit PBS KIDS series, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.
•Trolley Game – Drive the trolley to discover more than a dozen mini-games about feelings.
•Sing-Along – Choose from 18 of your favorite Daniel Tiger songs, each one fully animated.
•Drawing Easel – Use paints, crayons, stickers, and more to express yourself.
•Feelings Photo Booth – Take pictures of yourself that show lots of different feelings. Daniel will help you pose!
With Daniel Tiger’s Grr-ific Feelings, children can play and explore their feelings through four rich, engaging activities:
Ding! Ding! Play Daniel’s Trolley Game!
In Daniel’s Trolley Game, children will have fun driving the trolley and playing more than a dozen mini-games about feelings featuring Daniel and friends.
•Practice calming down just as Daniel does, with a squeeze and a deep breath.
•Feel proud as you help Daniel clean up his toys and put away the silverware.
•Count to four with Daniel when he feels so mad that he wants to roar.
•Laugh along with Daniel’s happy dance!
Sing-Along with Daniel!
In Daniel’s Sing-Along, children can choose from 18 of their favorite Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood songs, each one fully animated and expressing a different feeling. A great resource for children and parents alike!
Daniel’s Drawing Easel has everything you need, including paints, crayons, stickers and more. Save your pictures to the gallery or share with friends and family.
Strike a Pose to Show How You Feel!
In the Feelings Photo Booth, children can take pictures of themselves making their sad or mad or happy faces. See how Daniel looks when he feels that way too!
Daniel Tiger’s Grr-ific Feelings is based on the PBS KIDS series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, produced by the Fred Rogers Company. Targeting kids ages 2-5, the app is designed to extend the series’ social-emotional curriculum, helping kids identify and express their feelings.
Check out the other Daniel Tiger apps: Daniel Tiger's Day & Night, Explore Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood and Play at Home with Daniel.
For more apps from PBS KIDS, visit http://to.pbs.org/kids_appstore.
For more fun with Daniel Tiger, visit pbskids.org/daniel.
ABOUT PBS KIDS
Daniel Tiger’s Grr-ific Feelings is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to helping kids build the skills they need to succeed in school and in life. PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for kids, offers all children the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television and digital media, as well as community-based programs.
This version includes minor updates. We hope your child is enjoying playing and learning about feelings!
Ratings and Reviews
Bugs make it useless
The drawing portion of the game is riddled with bugs. Each time you press down a diagonal line appears across the screen and with no way to undo the mistake (bug) it ruins the drawing your child is trying to draw.
Don't waste your money until they fix it.
UPDATE: I just updated to the latest OS, iPad Pro, still buggy. It happens any time I draw. It’s not highly unusual, it happens any time I draw a line. All the lines go to a single point to the bottom left side of the screen.
We're sorry to hear that your app isn't working as designed.This is highly unusual. Any additional details that you can provide (such as how often this bug occurs or when and if the app crashes) and the name and OS of your device will help us to troubleshoot. Thanks for your continued support of PBS KIDS!
Photo booth quits
Every time we try to open the “feelings photo booth” the app quits. All permissions for savings photos were granted, both in the general iPad settings and in the app.
We're sorry to hear that your app isn't working as designed.This is highly unusual. Any additional details that you can provide and the name and OS of your device will help us to troubleshoot. Thanks for your continued support of PBS KIDS!
Best Best BEST!😃😀😁😂😍
This app is very very fun. The best part is the drawing part. It is so fun.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.