It’s International Cat Day, so let’s celebrate with some of our favorite Daniel Tiger moments! We’ve rounded up some of the most purr-fect clips from the show for you – take a look:
When Katerina shows up at the camp out and discovers it’s a Dad & Me camping trip, her mom explains that all families can look different!
Daniel learns about consideration for others when playing together.
O learns that with your friends by your side, it isn’t as hard to be brave.
Baby Margaret and Daniel
A collection of Margaret and Daniel’s adventures.
Daniel learns that you have to play differently with your younger siblings when they’re smaller than you.
School is Fun
Daniel loves to play and have lots of fun at school with his friends!
When you’re mad, take a step back and take a deep breath – Daniel learns this important lesson in this clip!
Committing to your Choices
Daniel learns to be grateful for what he has, and to stand by the choices he makes.
Sing along with Daniel as he sings some trolly songs!
When his mom is busy, Daniel has to learn how to entertain himself and be more independent.
Playing with Others
Prince Wednesday and Katerina learn that not everyone likes to play rough, and it’s important to play gently with others.
Sharing is caring! Daniel learns how to share, and that sharing can make playing even more fun than before.
We loved celebrating International Cat Day with you and Daniel! Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood always has clips and content available on YouTube. Full episodes are watchable on PBS KIDS in the US (check your local listing or stream for free online at PBSKids.org or on the PBS KIDS Video App), and CBC Gem and Netflix in Canada. To keep up with Daniel Tiger and all of his amazing adventures, make sure to follow Daniel Tiger on social via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!
Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood is co-produced and distributed by Fred Rogers Productions and 9 Story Media Group. The series is created with 9 Story CCO Angela Santomero (Blue’s Clues, Super WHY!) and is animated by 9 Story’s award-winning animation studio Brown Bag Films, out of their Toronto location. Each story is written with extensive input from a wide range of early learning specialists, formative research with children, and the benefit of more than 50 years in children’s programming.