Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Website review by Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 3+

Activities and videos prime tots for new experiences.

Parents say

age 2+

Based on 9 reviews

Kids say

age 5+

Based on 9 reviews

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age 2+

One of the Best Shows for Preschoolers

As far as TV shows for preschoolers go, this is one of the best, taking second maybe only to Sesame Street. My kids loved this show and learned so much between the ages of 2-4. Season 2, Episode 1 (The potty training episode) was a massive help when my kids potty trained, and we watched it several times. The only downside I can find is that sometimes Daniel is a tad whiney and needy... which can be rough if your own kids happen to be whiney that day... but still, wholesome and endearing for the kids to watch!

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Great messages
age 3+

Some bad stuff

As a kid watching this (I’m actually 10 and smart for my age) I usually watch this show when there’s nothing good to watch at night and spot some pretty wrong things. At one episode from 2012, The little cat ) I forgot her name) mom picks her up and her friend, O says “Bye Mrs. Pussycat” which to me sounds wrong. There’s a bunch I wrong things I can list about this show.

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