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Mad at the Beach

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

Daniel Tiger is pretending to be an ocean explorer as he plays with Miss Elaina at Jungle Beach. Looking for shells in the water, the splashing gets out of hand and Miss Elaina becomes angry. Dad Tiger helps her to share her feelings.

When they see a fish in the water, Daniel make-believes that he follows the fish under the sea.

Daniel and Miss Elaina work together to build a sand castle and express their anger when the water washes it away. After they decide to rebuild the castle, Dad Tiger shares his own anger when Daniel and Miss Elaina go near the water without permission.


Strategy

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

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Live Action Segment

The live action segment following this episode includes a girl learning to make lemonade.

  


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Episode Credits

Story by Angela C. Santomero & Becky Friedman
Written by Jill Cozza Turner
Created by Angela C. Santomero
Based on the work of Fred Rogers

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