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I've never written a review on here before and the only reason I am now is b/c another person wrote a horrible review about this show.... first I would like to say, that person obviously does not have children. Second, they didn't watch the show from a learning perspective. Third, they watched Mister Rogers around the end.... so that tells you their age.
This show is something that Mister Rogers would be proud of, it defiantly takes on the values and ideals that he wanted to share with children all over the world. And there are a lot of pieces of the show that come from Mister Rogers' neighborhood.
My daughter loves Daniel and all his friends. We watch this show every morning and through out the day. This show helps children to learn who to handle their emotions, like jealousy and anger, and as a mother of a toddler... this is great! Along with talking about emotions, the show has catchy songs that help you over come your emotions.
There are episodes about potty training, getting a new sibling, jealously from that new sibling, going to the doctor, starting school, trying new foods, safety, etc.
My husband and I grew up watching Mister Rogers, and we don't mind the changes... shows have to adapt to whats currently out there and technology has changed so much since Mister Rogers first aired in 1968, or even when it was on in the 80's & 90's when I watched it. And honestly, if this was a show like how Mister Rogers was, I don't think a lot of children would like it as much as they do now, with it being a cartoon. Children can relate to the characters; Daniel, O, and Katarina and are learning through their experiences.
Basically, this is a greats show and you don't need cable to watch it! its on PBS!! Or if you have Netflix, Hulu or Amazon you can find it there too.
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