Mister Rogers encourages drawing a picture of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and he points out that each person's picture would be different. He also shows a video of how people make crayons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday decides to have a "Draw The Neighborhood" contest and Lady Elaine Fairchilde decides she will win. She tells the Neighbors that she hates to lose and when she was growing up, her sister always won. Throughout this special week Mister Rogers discusses sibling... [see more] rivalry, jealousy and positive ways of dealing with competition.
Mister Rogers talks in a way young children understand, at a pace they can absorb and with a consistency that creates a calm, safe place for preschoolers. Topics with sensitive emotional concerns are always carefully blended with fun and whimsy to match a young child's interests and level of understanding.