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Episode 107: Friends Help Each Other

107A – Friends Help Each Other
Daniel is visiting his friend Katerina Kittycat who has planned a special tea party. When Katerina accidentally knocks the tea set on the floor, she is sad and upset. But she learns that there are lots of ways that friends help each other, and putting everything back is just one of those ways. 

107B – Daniel Helps O Tell a Story
Daniel is visiting at O the Owl’s house and Daniel is excited to see how many books O has.  The boys choose a special book to read – a book about dinosaurs. But they discover that the last page of the story is missing!  O gets very flustered, but his friend Daniel helps him use his imagination, and together they have lots of pretend fun making up their own end to the story.

Learning Goals
The learning goal of this episode is to help children learn about friendship.
The strategy song of this episode is: Friends help each other, yes they do.

Fred Rogers Timeless Wisdom
Maybe you have some fond memories of your childhood friendships, but you might also remember times when you felt like an outsider and longed for friends. Through our lives most of us have had a variety of social experiences. If we can remember the different kinds of friendships that we’ve had through the years, we can better understand that our children probably will, too.

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