Looking for a fun and creative game for your toddler? In the Explore Daniel’s Neighborhood app, children can use their imagination and play pretend with Daniel Tiger!
This learning app encourages open-ended, imaginative play as children visit familiar places like the grocery store, doctor’s office, bakery, and more.
The Explore Daniel’s Neighborhood app is like playing in a digital dollhouse. You can turn the lights on and off, open and close doors, give Daniel and his family food to eat and much more!
Play make believe and explore with Daniel Tiger today!
• Grocery Store – Visit the market and help the Tiger family shop and bag their groceries.
• Music Shop – Play and learn about different instruments in Music Man Stan’s Music Shop.
• Bakery – Decorate a cake and collect delicious treats in Baker Aker’s Bakery.
• Doctor’s Office – Play pretend in Dr. Anna’s office. You can be the patient or the doctor!
• Enchanted Garden - Have a picnic, discover nature, & play in the Neighborhood of Make Believe garden.
• School - Visit Teacher Harriet's classroom. You can play dress up, paint a picture, and have snack time with friends.
• Make up stories about everyday experiences, situations and feelings with Daniel Tiger
• Great for young children who are just beginning to understand the world around them
• Fun for the whole family! Play along with your toddler and have a beautiful day together in Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.
LITTLE LIFE LESSONS
• Help Daniel and his family shop for healthy fruits and vegetables
• Practice important bathroom routines, like flushing the toilet and washing hands, in the Music Shop bathroom
• Get familiar with the doctor’s office while Daniel gets a checkup
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is a land of make believe – a place to explore and have fun! Download the app today to start playing!
ABOUT DANIEL TIGER
Explore Daniel’s Neighborhood is based on the hit PBS KIDS series “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” produced by The Fred Rogers Company. Designed for kids ages 2-5, this app extends the series’ social-emotional curriculum by encouraging open-ended, pretend play. In the words of Fred Rogers, “Play is really the work of childhood.”
Check out the other Daniel Tiger apps: "Daniel Tiger's Storybooks," "Daniel Tiger for Parents," "Daniel Tiger's Stop & Go Potty," “Daniel Tiger’s Grr-ific Feelings,” “Daniel Tiger’s Day & Night,” and “Play at Home with Daniel.”
For more fun with Daniel Tiger, visit pbskids.org/daniel
ABOUT PBS KIDS
Explore Daniel’s Neighborhood 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.
For more apps from PBS KIDS, visit http://to.pbs.org/kids_appstore
There is so much to explore in Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood! Look for the sign posts in each location for a special activity to play.
Ratings and Reviews
Much better than expected
When I first downloaded the app, my reaction was “I paid money for this?!?” However, my impression has COMPLETELY changed. The best description I can give is this is a digital dollhouse or paper dolls. The characters don’t DO anything. As an adult used to games, I found it weird. But my two year old plays with it for hours, imagining different scenarios and unlike a real dollhouse, she can’t lose the pieces!! There’s been a recent update, adding the schoolhouse, and she’s already spent hours exploring it. The programming is great, everything runs smoothly, and for the number of hours she’s spent on it, she hasn’t found any glitches.
I got some ideas
I loved Daniel tiger when I was really young now I am ten and no I don’t still watch the show but I still play this game cause I love role play games where you can make you own story and what I think is that you should add Daniel tigers home! I know it will be a lot of work but it will be worth it. I also think you should be able for characters that have items in there hands to keep that item in there hands. Also I think it could be cool if the people in the shops can come out of the shop and there should be all Daniel tigers friends homes! Well those are my ideas bye! ——-Aubrey
Not sure what’s been updated since all the negative reviews 2 years ago but this app is so cute, fun, and keeps my 2 and 4 year olds busy and happy for a long time. I love the grocery store with the cash register, belt, scan and bag functions — seems like the bag even updates contents as you add items, a feature they didn’t need to spend time developing but they did. Lots of little details and things to explore. Totally worth downloading
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.