MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD

Episode Guide


Season 17


GLASS ARMONICA/QUILTS/EVERYONE'S ART IS UNIQUE (#1764)

Meet glass harmonica player Dean Shostack. Lady Elaine's says unkind words about everyone's art.

NATIVE AMERICAN POTTER/LADY ELAINE TO JUDGE ARTS (#1763)

American Indian potter Dolly Naranjo shares her artistry, making a pot from start to finish.

ART WITH SAND/ARTS FESTIVAL IN MAKE-BELIEVE (#1762)

Mister Rogers makes a picture with glue & sand. Lady Elaine becomes the judge of the Art Festival.

TREES AND SEEDS/PRINCE UPSET ABOUT HIS DRAWING (#1761)

Marveling at trees and how they grow from seeds, Mister Rogers makes a drawing of a small oak tree.

READY TO READ (#1760)

Match words to the symbols on baseball caps. Lady Elaine has a Reading Game Show.

READY TO READ (#1759)

Watch a video about big trucks and visit with puppet H.J .Elephant who reads a book about signs.

READY TO READ (#1758)

Learn about the word "fish" and watch ballerina Ying Li move gracefully in a ballet about water.

READY TO READ (#1757)

Making Japanese words bigger with a magnifying glass doesn't help if you don't know what they mean.

VIOLINIST HILARY HAHN/SOME THINGS CHILDREN CAN'T (#1755)

World-famous violinist, Hilary Hahn plays some Bach. Hula Mouse and Tuesday return from outer space.

TONY'S COSTUME STORE/WONDERING CAN LEAD TO INVEN (#1754)

Visit Tony Chiroldes' shop where he sells books, toys and costumes. He dresses up as an astronaut.

MISTER ROGERS GOES UP IN A BUCKET LIFT/HOW PEOPLE (#1753)

Ride 60 feet up in the air in bucket lift and see a video about how people make ice cream.

MUSICIANS WITH HOMEMADE INSTRUMENTS/ICE CREAM CONE (#1752)

Visit Negri's Music Shop where musicians play homemade instruments and learn about ice cream cones.

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