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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Through imagination, creativity and music, Daniel and his friends learn the key social skills necessary for school and for life.

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A new generation of preschool “neighbors” get to experience the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD on PBS KIDS.  The first TV series inspired by the iconic, award-winning MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD, DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD from The Fred Rogers Company stars 4-year-old Daniel Tiger, son of the original program’s Daniel Striped Tiger, who invites young viewers into his world, giving them a kid’s-eye view of his life. As they closely follow and share Daniel’s everyday adventures, preschoolers ages 2-4 and their families learn fun and practical strategies and skills necessary for growing and learning.

Daniel Tiger (wearing a red hooded sweatshirt and red & white shoes) sits while enjoying circle time with his friends.Daniel Tiger sits while enjoying circle time with his friends.WETA/The Fred Rogers Company

Grr-ific news!  Four new episodes of  Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood premiere in July on WMHT PBS Kids!

Monday, July 9 at 9:30am:  Circle Time Squabble / It’s Not Okay to Hurt Someone

Daniel gets mad at Miss Elaina and Margaret, but remembers the importance of self-control.


Tuesday, July 10 at 9:30am: Daniel Learns About Lizards / Daniel Wonders About Trolley

Daniel and his friends realize that when they wonder and explore, they can learn so many new things.


Wednesday, July 11 at 9:30am: Daniel Finds Something to Do / Daniel’s Royal Good Time

Daniel and his friends learn that when grown-ups are busy and can’t play with you, look around to find something to do.


Thursday, July 12 at 9:30am: Daniel’s Lunch / Daniel’s Toy

Daniel learns that everyone likes different things, and that’s just fine as long as you remember to be kind.