*Remembering Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. I received the collection to review. This post includes my affiliate links.
Are you old enough to remember Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood? Did you ever watch them? He has since passed away, but Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood series will always be a big part of my childhood memories!
I loved sweet Mister Rogers and all of his make-believe puppets (my sister was afraid of Lady Elaine, LOL), and neighborhood! Nothing like being able to play make-believe with him! So many fond childhood memories with Mister Rogers on my television set that had rabbit ear antennas! I am so elderly!
Remembering Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood just celebrated 50 years! And, now you can buy Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood “It’s A Beautiful Day Collection” on DVD from PBS Distribution! The episodes are also available now on Digital HD! Yes, we got our collection, did you?
This special set of 32 memorable episodes and over 15 hours of content celebrates the 50th anniversary of the beloved Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, the pioneering children’s television series from The Fred Rogers Company.
Mister Rogers helps children learn the importance of being kind to others, appreciating what makes everyone unique, recycling and taking care of our planet, and much more in the classic series. The new release also includes a very special bonus episode – the series premiere, in original black-and-white!
Through his popular daily TV visits, generations of young children have grown up with the kind and gentle Mister Rogers, who created a calm and safe place that welcomed all to his neighborhood.
With real-life guests, adventurous field trips and charming make-believe segments, the iconic Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood encouraged kids ages 2-5 to learn about themselves and the world around them, speaking directly to the series’ young audience with his unique one-to-one affirmation of their self-worth.
Celebrity guest stars have included: Tony Bennett, Julia Child, Margaret Hamilton, Michael Keaton, Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis, Rita Moreno, and Bill Nye.
Episodes featured on the DVD include:
Helping Children Know What to Expect at School
Creating with Friends is Different than Playing Alone
Play is the Work of Childhood
Respecting All Living Creatures
Ups and Downs of Friendship
Learning about Rules and Limits
Appreciating the People Who Came Before
Food and Love Go Hand in Hand
Music As a Way to Express Feelings
Families Come in Different Shapes and Sizes
Celebrating Big and Little Things
Lots of Different Things for Play and Pretending
Each Person is Unique – Yet We All Have Much in Common
Being Kind to Ourselves and Others
Nobody Knows What You’re Thinking Unless You Tell Them
Games Can Be Fun, But Not If You’re Left Out
Recycling and Other Ways to care for Our Planet
Learning to Take Care of Yourself
Trying on Different Roles
We All Have Art Inside of Us
Understanding Concepts of Up and Down
The Strength of Love – Even Through Angry Times
Appreciating our Uniqueness
Some Things Change…Some Things Stay the Same
Needing Help and Giving Help
Feeling Good About Who We Are
Encouraging Generosity and Gratitude
Strengths and Limitations, Abilities and Disabilities
Wondering and Asking Questions
Enjoying Books and Recognizing Symbols
Valuing All Kinds of Art
So many wonderful memories watching this man on my t.v. set, growing up! Crazy to think it was so long ago that I and my siblings would pile in front of the t.v. and sit there watching Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! My kids now know who Mister Rogers is because I made sure they knew him! We now watch this beloved collection whenever we can.
You can purchase Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood ‘It’s A Beautiful Day Collection’ on Amazon.com.
There will be 5 winners! Each winner will receive the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood ‘It’s A Beautiful Day Collection’! Yay!
The contest is open to US 18+. Giveaway will end on June 28, 2018, at 11:59 PM MT. Winner will have 48 hours to confirm their win after I email them, or a new winner will be chosen. I am not responsible for lost or stolen mail.
Daniel M says
yes have seen it before
Abigail Gibson says
Yes. I watched Mr Rogers as a child. Loved the warmth and love this show gave.
Bernie Wallace says
I loved watching Mr. Rogers as a kid. I even went to the same college as him. Thanks for the giveaway.
Ronald Oliver says
Yes, I used to watch Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood quite often growing up. It was a great series I thought. Those were happy times! Great memories!
crystle tellerday says
cyndi br says
yes I watched him when I had lunch
Dave L says
Yes, I fondly recall watching Mr. Rogers neighborhood when I was a wee tyke, along with Sesame Street, , and The Electric Company. Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like children’s television was so much better back then. Thank you for the chance to win.
Kelly Freeman says
yes, i used to watch it
Julie Waldron says
I loved Mr. Rogers when I was little! He still holds a dear place in my heart! <3
Maryann D. says
I certainly loved watching Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood when I was young.
Leslie Davis says
I watched it all the time. It is my favorite kid’s program of all time. Have been thinking a lot lately just how much we could use Fred Rogers right now.
Amanda Alvarado says
There was no cable when I was little so we watched PBS all the time for kids shows since Saturday mornings were the only other time there were kids’ shows on…so yes I watched Mr. Rogers all the time!
Austin Baroudi says
I have watched it!
STEPHANIE D SULLIVAN says
I LOVED Mr. Rogers neighborhood. I am hoping to share these with my niece and nephew!!! The orange lady puppet kind of freaked me out, but I loved the show! I remember one episode where he wrapped a piece of cheese around a banana and ate it. I tried it…yuck! Memories!!
Connie Rodriguez says
I loved Mr. Rogers! He was a calming effect that so many kids need in a manic world!
Sara Payne says
I loved Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood as a kid, and now that I’m a mom, I share the characters with my children by watching Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. I would love to be able to share Mister Rogers with them too
Heather Cranmer says
Yes! I loved it, and I watched it religiously as a kid. I love Mr. Rogers <3
Karen Green says
I watched Mr. Roger’s everyday and loved every minute of it when I was a child. Thanks PBS.
Jessica B says
I love Mr Rogers! I talk to my students about him all the time & the life lessons he taught me!
Darlene Carbajal says
Yes, I would watch it all the time!
Dana Pugsley says
Not only did I watch as a child,. but so did my children 🙂 What a great man he was!
No, I have not.
vickie couturier says
oh yes,,my kids did,and sang that song all the time,,,i wish they had decent programs like that again
Yes! I loved watching Mr. Rogers when I was a kid. (That was before cable tv…only channels 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13).
Angelica Dimeo says
Yes I did every day
Karley Moore says
I watched Mr. Rogers for years! I can’t wait to share it with my grandson.
KATE USHER says
YES as a teenager babysitting, as an adult raising my kid and sharing the experiences with my nieces and nephews. Thank you so very much.
Jodi Kershuk says
Absolutely! Mr. Rogers was a huge part of my childhood.