From the Fred Rogers Co.
The way that news is presented on television can be confusing for a young child. The same video segment may be shown over and over again through the day, as if each showing was a different event. Someone who has died turns up alive and then dies again and again. Toddlers often become anxious since they don’t understand much about videotape replays, closeups, and camera angles.
Understanding what children observer surrounding big events, and helpful hints for talking to them about it.
Family Communications – now named the Fred Rogers Co. – was founded by Fred Rogers in 1971 as the non-profit producer of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood for PBS. The company extended Fred’s values and approach to other efforts in promoting children’s social, emotional, and behavioral health and supporting parents, caregivers, teachers and other professionals in their work with children.