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A Trip to the Enchanted Garden

Episode: 109a
Air Date: September 12, 2012
Previous Episode: 108b - I Love You, Mom
Next Episode: 109b - A Trip to the Crayon Factory
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Daniel Tiger and his dad are in their pajamas as they look at Dad Tiger's model of the Enchanted Garden. When Daniel asks questions about the model, Dad Tiger reminds him that "we've got to look a little closer to find out what we want to know."

Mom Tiger invites Daniel to help her make strawberry pancakes, but they are all out of strawberries. Daniel and his parents board the Trolley and are taken to the Enchanted Garden to pick some fresh berries.

At the Enchanted Garden, Daniel make-believes that the plants are singing. As he picks strawberries, Daniel has questions about the plants and is reminded to look closely to find out what he wants to know.

Back at their house, the Tigers wash their hand and work together to make heart-shaped strawberry pancakes.


Strategy

  • "Look a little closer to find out what we want to know."

Songs


Appearing In This Episode


Live Action Segment

The live action segment following this episode is narrated by Dad Tiger and Miss Elaina. It includes footage of a girl touring a Crayon factory.

  


Notes

After Mom Tiger and Dad Tiger ask Daniel to pick some strawberries, they walk away humming Find a Way to Play Together.

Of course, not the same film, but a film about a crayon factory was used in Episode 1087 and Episode 1481 of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

This episode is featured on the DVDs Recipe For Fun Collection and It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.


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Episode Credits

Written by Becky Friedman
Created by Angela C. Santomero
Based on the work of Fred Rogers

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