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Join Mr. Rogers and all his friends as he shares the world with children of all ages. This widely popular series has been part of kid's lives for more than forty years. Hop aboard the trolley for a visit to the Neighborhood of Make Believe, and learn some important lessons from those that live there. You never know who will stop by or where Mr. Rogers will go in his pursuit of knowledge and fun. Won't you be his neighbor?

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2001 Seasons, 663 Episodes
February 19, 1968
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  • In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe Arts Festival, the neighbors find their own ways to express themselves. Mister Rogers has a video that helps us appreciate the wide variety of art and says that being appreciative is a sign of growing.

  • Musical art from a glass armonica player and visual art from a quilter. In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine realizes if she's kind to others, they will be kind to her. What matters is what's inside us and how we treat each other.

  • A Native American potter shows how she creates a pot, from gathering the clay to designing it. In Make-Believe, Daniel's feelings are hurt by Lady Elaine's remarks about his mobile, but he knows why she sometimes hurts people's feelings.

  • Mister Rogers has a video of different ways people build sand castles. A neighbor reads a book in Spanish. In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine thinks art is only representational, but Mister Rogers reminds us everyone sees things differently.

  • Admiring trees and how they grow from seeds, Mister Rogers is inspired to draw an oak tree. In Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday at first is upset with his drawing of the Eiffel Tower, but his neighbors like it and help him appreciate it.

  • In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe Arts Festival, the neighbors find their own ways to express themselves. Mister Rogers has a video that helps us appreciate the wide variety of art and says that being appreciative is a sign of growing.

  • Musical art from a glass armonica player and visual art from a quilter. In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine realizes if she's kind to others, they will be kind to her. What matters is what's inside us and how we treat each other.

  • A Native American potter shows how she creates a pot, from gathering the clay to designing it. In Make-Believe, Daniel's feelings are hurt by Lady Elaine's remarks about his mobile, but he knows why she sometimes hurts people's feelings.

  • Mister Rogers has a video of different ways people build sand castles. A neighbor reads a book in Spanish. In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine thinks art is only representational, but Mister Rogers reminds us everyone sees things differently.

  • Admiring trees and how they grow from seeds, Mister Rogers is inspired to draw an oak tree. In Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday at first is upset with his drawing of the Eiffel Tower, but his neighbors like it and help him appreciate it.

  • Mister Rogers has baseball caps, a game matching words to symbols on the caps, and a factory video showing how people make caps. In Make-Believe, the "Reading Game Show" is a success, and everyone learns there are many ways to read.

  • Some children read words, and some "read" pictures. Mister Rogers has a toy truck and a video of different trucks at work. In Make-Believe, H.J. Elephant realizes he can read -- sign language! And there's a video of how artists make paper.

  • Mister Rogers uses art forms to illustrate words. The word "fish" goes with a graceful ballerina dancing on a "river." A "Night and Day" poem connects with a video. In Make-Believe, a neighbor is embarrassed he can't read well and hides.

  • Classical guitarist Manuel Barrueco plays Bach. Mister Rogers says a magnifying glass doesn't help if you can't read, but it can help children learn to look carefully at things, which is an important reading readiness skill.

  • Mister Rogers finds a 500 pound baby - at the zoo! It's a baby elephant, and he learns how its mother and the zookeeper care for it. There's a video of how people make backpacks, and In Make-Believe, the King wants to see inside one.

  • Mister Rogers has baseball caps, a game matching words to symbols on the caps, and a factory video showing how people make caps. In Make-Believe, the "Reading Game Show" is a success, and everyone learns there are many ways to read.

  • Some children read words, and some "read" pictures. Mister Rogers has a toy truck and a video of different trucks at work. In Make-Believe, H.J. Elephant realizes he can read -- sign language! And there's a video of how artists make paper.

  • Mister Rogers uses art forms to illustrate words. The word "fish" goes with a graceful ballerina dancing on a "river." A "Night and Day" poem connects with a video. In Make-Believe, a neighbor is embarrassed he can't read well and hides.

  • Classical guitarist Manuel Barrueco plays Bach. Mister Rogers says a magnifying glass doesn't help if you can't read, but it can help children learn to look carefully at things, which is an important reading readiness skill.

  • Mister Rogers finds a 500 pound baby - at the zoo! It's a baby elephant, and he learns how its mother and the zookeeper care for it. There's a video of how people make backpacks, and In Make-Believe, the King wants to see inside one.

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