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Daniel Sits On the Potty

Episode 323
Title Daniel Doesn't Want To Go Potty
Daniel Sits On the Potty
Air Date May 9, 2018

Daniel Tiger is playing astronauts with Miss Elaina and they board their cardboard rocket ship to blast off to the moon. Daniel's tummy begins to rumble and he needs to go potty. After he flushes and washes, play continues...but Daniel soon realizes that his tummy still hurts. Mom Tiger suggests that Daniel may need to go poop.

As he returns to the bathroom, Daniel make-believes that he is at a space station in outer space.

Feeling better, Daniel rejoins Miss Elaina for more "space exploration" in Margaret's room where they notice an unpleasant smell. Mom explains that babies go potty in a diaper.

When Daniel and Miss Elaina continue their space adventure, Miss Elaina recognizes that she needs to potty, too, and makes a stop in the bathroom.


Strategy

  • "Do you have to go potty? Maybe yes. Maybe no. Why don't you sit and try to go."

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Live Action Segment

The live action segment following this episode includes a girl visiting with a real astronaut.

  


Notes

  • The strategies learned in Episode 111 are used in this episode.

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Episode Credits

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

2016 The Fred Rogers Company

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