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Sometimes It's Good To Go Slow

Episode 315
Title Daniel Takes His Time
Sometimes It's Good To Go Slow
Air Date July 12, 2017

Daniel Tiger and his classmates are at school preparing for a nature walk. After Teacher Harriet gives instructions for making nature bags, Daniel hurries through his and finds that the items he places inside fall through the bottom. Teacher Harriet reminds him to take his time as he fixes his nature bag.

Going on a nature walk, Daniel and his friends observe various things in nature as Daniel make-believes that he is the "king of nature."

Everyone except Miss Elaina moves slowly and carefully as they observe an inchworm, a squirrel, and a butterfly. When Miss Elaina rushes over to see the butterfly, it flies away.


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  • "Sometimes it's good to go slow."

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The live action segment following this episode includes a girl visiting an aviary.

  


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

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