We are thrilled to share that Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Won’t You Sing Along With Me? has been recognized by Common Sense Media’s selection seal program for families!
From the Editors at Common Sense Media:
“Preschoolers are encouraged to think critically about current problems and are offered positive examples of ways to cope. Characters model positive ways to handle challenges and offer empathy for the young kids and others struggling during this time.”
Click here to read the full review!
The Common Sense Seal program recognizes outstanding media with an official seal for quality and impact. It also looks to award content that has the potential to spark family conversations, entertain families of all kinds, and leave a positive and lasting effect on society.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Won’t You Sing Along With Me? premiered on PBS KIDS this summer, Monday, August 17. The sing-along special helps to address some of the challenges and changes preschoolers and families have been facing during these unprecedented times.
As well as being celebrated by parents and kids across the US, the timely special has also garnered a notable amount of media exposure online – being featured in such popular publications as Vanity Fair, Mashable, Variety, and People.
We are very honored to share this wonderful recognition from Common Sense Media with our ‘grr-ific’ partners at Fred Rogers Productions and PBS KIDS. Ugga Mugga all around!