Resources to help Families during COVID-19

We understand that many families are now trying to find their new "normal" in light of the news of COVID-19, known also as coronavirus. As an organization committed to providing quality entertainment and resources for children and families, we want you to know that Fred Rogers Productions is here for you in these difficult and uncertain times.

This page contains a list of all of the virtual events, activities, and other social initiatives we are sharing online.

We are sharing one activity, craft or recipe each day on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Watch on the PBS KIDS Video Player and Amazon Prime

"How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus" via PBS KIDS for Parents

"How You and Your Kids Can De-Stress During Coronavirus" via PBS KIDS for Parents

When Something Scary Happens: Resources to Help Families Cope in Emergencies and Other Challenging Times via PBS KIDS for Parents, includes activities and tips such as Draw Your Feelings, How to Prepare Children for Unexpected Events and Emergencies, and Helping Children Cope After a Crisis or Emergency.

Activity sheets and other tips at PBS KIDS for Parents.

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Watch on the Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Legacy Website, the PBS KIDS Video Player, and Amazon Prime

March 20: Instagram takeover with Matthew Cordell, author and illustrator of the forthcoming "Hello, Neighbor! The Kind and Caring World of Mister Rogers" on the Fred Rogers Productions Instagram page

Peg + Cat

Watch on the PBS KIDS Video Player and Amazon Prime

Virtual Story Time with Peg + Cat co-creator Billy Arsonson on the show's Facebook page

Virtual Story Time with Peg + Cat co-creator Jennifer Oxley on the show's Facebook page.

Activity sheets and other tips at PBS KIDS for Parents.

Odd Squad

Watch on the PBS KIDS Video Player and Amazon Prime

Activity sheets and other tips at PBS KIDS for Parents.