For $1.99, your children get the Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood app with four main sections (as described on the app itself)...
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.
Help Daniel get ready 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 the practice of bathroom routines.
Children can have fun making up their own stories as they play with dozens of stickers Daniel's house and neighborhood.
My oldest daughter always enjoyed the Make a Journal app from a few years ago so I was eager to see what she and my younger daughter thought of this new one. So nevermind all of the professional reviews of the Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood app that you'll read -- I'm going straight to the in-house representatives of the target audience.
Here's what they had to say when I asked them what their favorite part of the new app is...
"I like the stickers. And the bed part. The part where he goes to bed and the part where you can make his room."2-year-old daughter:
"I give him a shot."So there you have it. After helping put Daniel to bed, pretending to be a doctor, and flushing his toilet, my kids are sold.
I'd say this app is a hit and fully expect that Monday's debut of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood will be a hit with them as well!