Playing is learning as you explore bedtime, bathtime, doctor, and more at Daniel Tiger's house. With this Daniel Tiger app children have the chance to play about some of Daniel’s everyday experiences – experiences that might be a lot like theirs. And as they play, young children will be learning a little bit more about their place in the world. You’ll be learning too – about your child - when you talk, listen and play together. Doctor Play Doctor Daniel with the instruments that doctors use. When children play about being the doctor, they’re in charge. That can make it easier to manage when they have to be the patient. Bedtime Help Daniel get ready to go to sleep - and your children can be thinking about their own bedtime routines and the things that help them at bedtime. In Daniel’s Bathroom Wash, brush and flush with Daniel and play about and practice bathroom routines. Sticker Book Children can have fun making up their own stories as they play with dozens of stickers in Daniel’s house and Neighborhood. Feel the Music Music is one way we all have to express our feelings. You and your child can play this game together to create music that shows different feelings - happy, sad and mad. Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel is based on the PBS KIDS series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, produced by the Fred Rogers Company. Made for kids ages 2-5, the app is designed to extend the series’ social-emotional curriculum. Check out the other Daniel Tiger apps: Daniel Tiger's Day & Night and Daniel Tiger's Grr-ific Feelings. For more apps from PBS KIDS, visit http://to.pbs.org/kids_appstore. For more fun with Daniel Tiger, visit pbskids.org/daniel. ABOUT PBS KIDS Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to helping kids build the skills they need to succeed in school and in life. PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for kids, offers all children the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television and digital media, as well as community-based programs. Credits: Bedtime, Bathroom, Doctor, and Feel the Music were originally designed by Schell Games for PBS KIDS. The Daniel Tiger App was developed by Cloud Kid in partnership with PBS and The Fred Rogers Company.