Everybody is dressing up today! Blue is being a giraffe, and we play Blue's Clues to figure out what Blue wants us to be! Joe tries different costumes through out the day - does he want to be an explorer, robot, or a duck?
It's time to clean up, because a special guest is coming over to visit! But who is it? We play Blue's Clues to figure out who our surprise guest is. While searching for clues, we straighten up the house.
Where is Baby Bird? Over or under Joe's head? On or off the branch? Using relational concepts, we help Joe find Baby Bird. Blue wants to find something too, and we play Blue's Clues to figure out what.
We're making a giant story on the wall with pictures! It's about some rabbits who go on a trip to visit their grandma. But what will the rabbits do once they get to her house? Blue knows! We play Blue's Clues to figure it out!
All aboard! Everyone's in the backyard building an Alphabet Train. The train is made up of lots of boxes-one for each letter- and we need to help find something for each box. We play Blue's Clues to figure out what will work.
For the first time we see the world through Blue's eyes! While Joe plays with Boris, his stuffed duck, we spend an entire episode exploring the house with Blue and her favorite stuffed animal-Polka Dots.
Blue and Magenta have created a scavenger hunt! We search the house with Joe to find everything on our scavenger hunt list. At the same time, we play Blue's Clues to figure out what we're going to do after we find everything.
Joe and Blue are being writers today! We're making labels for things in our house - like hat, door and Sidetable Drawer. Using our finger, we help Joe write letters. We play Blue's Clues to figure out what Blue wants to write.
Magenta is going on a trip and asked us to take care of her house while she's away! Magenta leaves us a message so we'll know what to do. Blue wants to write a message, too and we play Blue's Clues to figure out what to say.
It's every preschooler's dream come true - Joe and Blue discover that animals have left the pages of their favorite book and are running amok around the house! We play Blue's Clues to figure out what animal Blue wants to find.
Our first glimpse into the morning rituals of the Blue's Clues house is certainly a rocking one. We help Joe and Blue go through their morning routine and play Blue's Clues to figure out what we should do when we're all ready.
It's the Holiday Season at Blue's house. As the whole household watches two old videos that he and Mrs. Pepper made back when Joe, Tickety Tock, Slippery Soap, Shovel, Pail, Mailbox and Side Table Drawer were babies and when Steve was a little boy, Mr. Salt tells everyone the stories of how Blue came into their lives and when the game of "Blue's Clues" was played for the very first time. Between videos, Joe and Blue get a phone call from Steve, who remembers how he met Blue after Joe tells him about the first video. And Joe receives a Holiday card in the mail from ...
Who's got rhythm? We all do! All of our friends are using instruments to make music -- even their hands. Along the way, we play Blue's Clues to figure out what instrument Blue is going ot play in Blue's Big Band.
WhoÂ's got rhythm? We all do! Today, everyone has an instrument and weÂ're clapping along. We play BlueÂ's Clues to figure out what instrument Blue is going to play in BlueÂ's Big Band. Periwinkle is playing drums and we practice some of his new rhythms by clapping along. Then we skidoo into a picture, where we help our new friend Piano figure out how to tell a story with different rhythms. Finally, we all assemble into BlueÂ's Big Band and play some music together!
Can you make your body say happy? Joe and Blue are striking all sorts of poses in The Feelings Game, and they want us to play along. Along the way, we play Blue's Clues to figure out what feeling Blue wants to act out.
Hop in the back seat for an entire Blue's Clues episode on the road! We help Blue put her booster seat in Carmen, an animated, talking car, and we set off. We play Blue's Clues to figure out where Blue wants to go.