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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel

By Cynthia Chiong, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Simple game gets kids talking about everyday activities.

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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is a simple app that covers some basic topics appropriate for young kids. It's best as a shared activity, so parents can guide their kids through the brief activities and relate them back to everyday life. Otherwise, there's not too much going on with the activities themselves, and kids may lose interest if all they want to do is see what the interactive elements are.

When used together, the app can be a good conversation starter for parents to help kids understand their own routines and experiences, and also a good launching point for some old-fashioned pretend play. Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is designed to empower parents and kids to create their own experience.

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