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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Vol. 1HDTV-GClosed Captioning

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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is an animated series with live-action interstitials. Fred Rogers' original Neighborhood of Make Believe is recreated in vibrant color and texture; his signature puppet Daniel Striped Tiger is transformed into a curious and playful 4-year-old joined by his friends O the Owl, Prince Wednesday, Katerina Kittycat and Miss Elaina. The series curriculum is school-readiness and social-emotional learning, and each preschool themed episode offers a musical strategy for children and parents to use together.

Customer Reviews


If you grew up on Mr. Rogers you will love this show. It's basically a cartoon version of Mr. Rogers with all the same characters and learning opportunities. Absolutely fabulous!!!

Excellent - 5 Stars

Finally, a great show for all of the children!! The HD version is worth it.

Best Kid Show on Air!

There aren't a lot of shows for children these days that are as well written as this show is. The content is intentional and thoughtful, with careful attention to issues that children really go through. High respect is paid to the intentions of the original show, Mr. Roger's Neighborhood. In fact, this cartoon trails off of that old show, taking place in the "land of make-believe." What used to be the main puppets are now the parents in this cartoon, with their children now being the stars (basically all the puppets grew up, had families, and now their offspring are starring in this cartoon!)

This series teaches social-emotional skills, which is huge for school and life readiness. From sharing, to trying new foods, to dealing with frustrations/sadness, this show covers so many important topics. As a mother, I watch this show with my children, and it's entertaining enough for adults (unlike other kid's shows that are really only for kids).

This show really uses music wisely and throughout. My 3 year old loves it, and has memorized all the jingles. We actually sing it throughout our day as she remembers to "find a way to play" with her little sister, or to "try new foods because they might taste good," or even to "take a deep breath and count to four" when she is feeling angry. You could even buy the CDs as well!

Two thumbs up!!!