These TV shows teach kids about emotions, listening, conflict resolution

“It is about the life of this family. It is about children's play. And it is about what it feels like to be both a kid and a parent, and presents feelings from all of those angles,” TV critic Kathryn VanArendonk says about “Bluey.” Credit: YouTube.

Need TV recommendations for the little ones at home? Check out “Bluey,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” and “Pinecone and Pony.”

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