Join WFSU Public Media on February 2nd, 2019 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for our third annual Be My Neighbor Day. This year, the Neighborhood of Make Believe will return to downtown Tallahassee. Registration is requested for this FREE event!
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WFSU’s first-ever Be My Neighbor Day in 2017 brought over 3,000 families from all across north Florida and south Georgia to meet Daniel Tiger, ride the trolley, and be a part of the Neighborhood of Make Believe at the Centre of Tallahassee!
In 2018, the City of Tallahassee partnered with WFSU Public Media to” take over” downtown. Attendees “took the ’T’” across the Neighborhood of Make Believe, stopping to meet Daniel Tiger & Katarina Kitty Cat at the Museum of Florida History, watch episodes of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood at the Challenger Learning Center, Stroll & Read with the Early Learning Coalition at Cascades Park, and craft and explore with neighbors at the Leroy Collins Library, LeMoyne Art Center, and Florida Historic Capitol Museum.
Join us for our adventures this February 2nd, 2019 in downtown Tallahassee. More details coming soon.
Kids who played with the Daniel Tiger app, and those who both played with the app and watched the Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood episodes, exhibited significantly higher levels of emotion regulation, according to their parents.
Curiosity about space starts very early. As soon as kids are old enough to look up at the night sky, they begin to wonder: what is up there? Is there life somewhere, impossibly far away? Can we get there?Coming Summer 2019
t the “Be the Agent Camp,” children will take on the role of an Odd Squad Agent. Campers can spend five days as Odd Squad agents, solving odd cases and creating useful gadgets by using teamwork, math knowledge, science and more.
A taste of our WFSU PBS EdCamp "un-conferences" will feature break-out sessions lead in partnership with the WFSU Education team and the Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend during the afternoon session of the ELC Conference.