Mister Rogers Make a Journal for Preschoolers

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Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media
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Kids can learn to understand and manage feelings.

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Ease of Play

Kids can tap their way through most of the app. First they choose a journal topic: Pretending, Playtime, Books, At School or When I Get Mad. Each journal prompts kids to choose drawings that finish spoken sentences such as, "At school, I like to learn about..." Journals are only three pages long, not including a cover kids can draw using electronic markers, paintbrushes, crayons and sticker. Kids can save a photo of their cover drawing for the camera roll, then save the journal to the Library. All that's missing is a date stamp for parents.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this PBS Kids app encourages preschoolers to express their feelings.

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Teen, 17 years old Written bynasser ahmed bi... January 18, 2021

Is it any good?

Kids loved Mr. Rogers because he cared about their feelings. In this app an animated version of Daniel Striped Tiger helps kids express feelings about everyday activities such as playtime and school by making their own three-page journals from supplied word and art modules. It's easy and fun and gives kids a way to let parents know what's going on in their lives, good or bad.

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