It’s You We Like, Mister Rogers

Fred Rogers showed young children the world in simple, yet direct ways. We love when Jeff Erlanger visited Mister Rogers and talked about his electric wheelchair. Join them in singing, “It’s You I Like” at

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood was a great place to visit for kids of all ages and abilities. It’s not too late to visit. Whether you’re looking for a calming moment or a delightful distraction, here are links to places on the Mister Rogers’ website that you may want to turn to these days:

For listening to Fred’s reassuring songs:

For watching some of the favorite factory videos showing how people make crayons, balls, towels, wagons, macaroni, sneakers.

For getting to know special guests like Eric Carle, the lively percussion group of STOMP!, world-famous musicians like Wynton Marsalis and Yo-Yo Ma, Tony Bennett, Julia Child, and Jeff Erlanger.

For reminders of Fred’s thoughtful way of helping us talk about feelings and find ways to deal with them.

For reflecting on memorable moments in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe stories with the puppets ( and Neighbors, as they worked their way through everyday feelings and concerns — not just for children and not just “make-believe”.

So many hours of play and beautiful lessons! Did you know that Inclusion Matters by Shane’s Inspiration is working on an inclusive playground that will model the teachings of Mister Rogers? Stay tuned for updates on

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