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Mr. Rogers Factory Videos

Mr. Rogers factory videos aren't gone! They're sitting over at PBS, waiting for us to watch them with our kids. (The crayons are still the best.)

Mr. Rogers was my second favorite character on TV (behind Grover) when I was growing up, and several months ago I found the old "How People Make Things" factory videos on the PBS website. My boys LOVE them!


During the Sneakers video, I spent five minutes of circular conversation trying to explain to my kids that sneakers are shoes. Maybe this is a regional term.

By the way, have you seen Autotune Mr. Rogers? It will make you smile all day.

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