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The Lemonade Stand

Episode 311
Title The Lemonade Stand
Mad at the Beach
Air Date May 9, 2017

Daniel Tiger is playing follow-the-leader at the castle with Prince Wednesday. Queen Sara Saturday provides the friends with fresh lemonade for the hot day which gives them the idea for a lemonade stand.

Daniel and Prince Wednesday pick lemons from the trees at the castle which causes some frustration when their picking strategies differ. Queen Sara listens as Daniel expresses his anger and works out the conflict with Prince Wednesday.

With plenty of lemons gathered, Queen Sara helps make a fresh pitcher of lemonade. Setting up the lemonade stand, Daniel make-believes that he has a lemonade store. Conflict arises again when Prince Wednesday and Daniel have trouble taking turns serving the drinks to their neighbors. Prince Wednesday shares his feelings with Daniel which helps him feel better.


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  • "Mad, mad, mad. It helps to say I'm mad."

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The live action segment following this episode includes a girl sharing her feelings of frustration.

  


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Story by Angela C. Santomero & Becky Friedman
Written by Jennifer Hamburg
Created by Angela C. Santomero
Based on the work of Fred Rogers

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