Research shows preschoolers who watch Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood develop social and emotional skills

Research shows that the show Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood helps to teach social-emotional skills to preschoolers with the reinforcement from parental involvement.

Please read the following blog from Children and Media Man. Great insight! My children will be watching a couple of episodes this weekend.

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Parents, take heart. Not all TV is bad. New research finds that watching America’s favorite tiger can be good for your developing child.

You remember Mr. Rogers, don’t you? The red sweater. The shoes. The songs. Your kids may not know who he is, but they likely know who Daniel Tiger is. Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is the animated descendant of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, and features children of several characters from the original Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

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