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Safety at the Beach

Episode: 128b
Air Date: July 15, 2013
Previous Episode: 128a - Safety Patrol
Next Episode: 129 - Neighbor Day
Purchase/Stream: Amazon

Daniel Tiger and Katerina Kittycat head to Jungle Beach with Mom Tiger who reminds them that they must stop and listen to her to stay safe. Daniel and Katerina set out to find a starfish after being reminded of some other general beach rules.

As they walk the beach, Daniel and Katerina collect shells before Mom Tiger catches up when they travel a bit too far. They hold one shell to their ears to "hear the ocean" before asking Mom Tiger for help in gathering some water to clean the shell. Mom Tiger explains that animals sometimes live inside shells and Daniel make-believes about what that would be like.

When Katerina finds a crab, she and Daniel follow behind it doing a crab walk. For a moment, they lose sight of Mom Tiger but remember to listen for her which quickly leads them in her direction. After finding a starfish, Daniel and Katerina are joined by Mom Tiger for some fun in the water before using the shells they found to decorate a sand castle.


Strategy

  • "Stop and listen to stay safe."

Songs


Appearing In This Episode


Live Action Segment

The live action segment following this episode includes a boy going to the beach with his mom.

  


Notes

This episode is the first to feature a slightly shortened version of It's Such a Good Feeling at the end which does not include the Weekend Song portion of the song ("I'll be back..."). Similarly, the visual portion of the closing features clips from previous episodes rather than the regular walk through the neighborhood.

The storyline from this episode is featured in the book Daniel's Day at the Beach.

This episode is featured on the It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood DVD release.


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Episode Credits

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

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