Hi, Neighbor! For the 7th consecutive year, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood was honored with a Parents’ Choice Gold Award. Join Detroit PBS on November 20-21 for a weekend of fun featuring everyone’s favorite tiger!
Be My Neighbor Day: Virtual Event
Be My Neighbor Day is going virtual! Join the DPTV Education team for a viewing of a special Daniel Tiger video clip about gratitude. Then, make thank you notes to give to teachers and/or helpers in your community. Plus – discover resources for extended learning activities.
Friday, November 20 at 9:30 am ET, 12:30 pm ET, or 4:30 pm ET
This event is free but you must register.
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Calm at the Restaurant: The Tiger Family goes to the restaurant for taco night with Jodi and Dr. Plat. Daniel and Jodi find out that there are times to be silly and times to be calm.
Daniel is Jealous: Daniel and Katerina are playing with Grandpere. When Grandpere reads them a book, Daniel starts to feel jealous and left out when he can’t sit right next to Grandpere. Grandpere explains to Daniel what jealousy is and teaches him how to overcome it.
Saturday, November 21
7:00 AM (ET) and 7:30 AM (ET) on Detroit Public Television 56.1
4:30 PM (ET) on Detroit PBS Kids 56.2.
PNC Grow Up Great
Since 2004, PNC Grow Up Great® has been helping children from birth through age five develop a passion for learning that lasts a lifetime. We recently announced an additional $150 million to extend the program, now a $500 million initiative!
Bright By Text
Bright By Text offers parents and caregivers expert tips and resources for children prenatal to 5, right at their fingertips. In addition to expert content, Bright by Text includes messages about events and resources specific to the Detroit community, like free museum days, health clinics, and preschool open enrollment periods. To sign up, parents and caregivers can text the word “DETROITPBS” to 274448 or click here.
PBS Kids for Parents
Whether exploring science on a family walk, testing out math skills by measuring ingredients for dinner, or strengthening self-awareness and self-esteem by listening to family stories, PBS Kids for Parents is committed to supporting you with parent advice and learning activities that will help your child thrive this year — in school or at home.