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Daniel Shares His Tigertastic Car

Episode: 110a
Air Date: September 13, 2012
Previous Episode: 109b - A Trip to the Crayon Factory
Next Episode: 110b - Katerina Shares Her Tutu
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Daniel Tiger is playing with his tigertastic car which he takes with him to the park. When he and his dad arrive at the park, X the Owl is already there with O the Owl and Miss Elaina. The children each have their own toy cars to play with in the sand.

Daniel make-believes that the cars are singing as they race around. When Prince Wednesday arrives at the park without a car, Daniel hesitates when asked to share his car. Dad Tiger reminds him that Prince Wednesday can have a turn and then he will get his car back. Prince Wednesday is grateful to have a turn with the tigertastic car. Meanwhile, O the Owl offers to let Daniel play with his police car.

Daniel gets his car back and has a turn playing with it before the children decide to race their cars. Lining the cars up in a row, Prince Wednesday is left without a car. Daniel remembers what his dad said and offers to let Prince Wednesday use his car for the race. So Daniel is not left out, Miss Elaina lets Daniel have a turn with her truck while she uses a pretend car.

Everyone sings together about sharing their belongings with others.


Strategy

  • "You can take a turn and then I'll get it back."

Songs


Appearing In This Episode


Live Action Segment

The live action segment following this episode includes a girl sharing her blocks with her friend.

  


Notes

This episode is included on the DVD Life's Little Lessons.

The storyline of this episodes is featured in the books Daniel Learns To Share and A Daniel Tiger Treasury.


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Episode Credits

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

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