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Blue’s

Clues

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ABC’s and 123’s

Letters & Numbers

with you and Blue

Steve and Blue explore

the worlds of math and

reading as they help with

familiar activities.

Preschoolers count,

read, add, subtract and

sound out words. Here

are the Blueprints for

learning. Play the Blue’s

Clues way!

Prereading! (12/8/1997)

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Math! (12/15/1997)

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Peanuts: Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! (1986) VHS/Peanuts: You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown (1972) and Peanuts: It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969) VHS/The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show: Volume 2: Snoopy’s Cat Fight / Linus and Lucy VHS/This Is America, Charlie Brown: Volume 1: The Great Inventors (1989) VHS/The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show: Volume 4: Lucy Loves Schroeder / Snoopy: Team Manager VHS

Peanuts: You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown (1972) and Peanuts: It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969) VHS/The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show: Volume 3: Snoopy: Man’s Best Friend / The Lost Ballpark VHS/Peanuts: A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) VHS/This Is America, Charlie Brown: Volume 1: The Great Inventors (1989) VHS/Peanuts: You’re the Greatest, Charlie Brown (1979) and Peanuts: Snoopy’s Reunion (1991) VHS/Peanuts: It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (1974) VHS/Peanuts: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973) VHS/Peanuts: Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! (1986) VHS/This Is America, Charlie Brown: Volume 2: The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk (1988) VHS/Peanuts: It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) VHS/Peanuts: You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown (1972) and Peanuts: It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969) VHS/This Is America, Charlie Brown: Volume 4: The Mayflower Voyagers (1988) VHS/Peanuts: Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (1975) VHS

    N    o    w

       o    n

V    i    d    e    o!

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    N    o    w

       o    n

V    i    d    e    o!

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Skills Like:

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BLUE’S CLUES IS UP NEXT

HERE ON NICK JR.!

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Blue's Clues Intro [Closed Captioned][]

NICK JR

Blue’s

Clues

Hi, out there!

It’s me, Steve.

Have you seen Blue, my puppy?

There she is!

Come on in.

Come on in.

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

Prereading! (12/8/1997) [Closed Captioned][]

Oh, hi.

I’m just… reading.

“And then the boy and his puppy

pedaled faster and faster.

“But suddenly, out of nowhere,

there was a huge wave that…”

Oh. I’m sorry.

It’s just that this is

a really great book.

                      Oh, right,

we’re having reading time.

You’re just in time--

           come on in.

Hey, Blue.

B-L-U-E.

Look who’s here.

Steve.

Yeah.

On your shirt.

Oh.

( clears throat )

S-T-E-V-E… Steve.

That’s me.

It’s my new shirt.

You like it?

Hey, Blue.

What are you reading?

( barking )

Great idea.

Let’s all read together.

( barks “Okay” )

( clears throat )

( reading )

Twinkle twinkle little star

how I wonder where you are.

What’s that word?

Star.

( barks )

Star. Right.

( barks )

Twinkle twinkle little star

how I wonder where you are.

Up above the world so high,

like a diamond in the sky.

What’s that word?

Sky.

Sky.

Right.

( barks )

Up above the world so high,

like a diamond in the sky.

Twinkle twinkle little star

how I wonder where you are.

Star!

Twinkle twinkle little star

how I wonder where you are.

Good reading, Blue.

And you, too.

Wow.

Hey, you want to read

this book now?

( barks “No” )

Are you sure?

I mean, ‘cause this

this here is a

really great book.

( barks “No” )

Okay.

Well, what book do

you want to read?

( barks )

Oh.

Oh!

I knew that was coming.

We’ll play “Blue’s Clues”

to figure out what book

B-L-U-E, Blue, wants to read.

♪ We are gonna play

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ ‘Cause it’s really fun,

                                  yeah! ♪

Okay, so remember--

           Blue’s paw print will be

on the clues: “Blue’s Clues”.”

Hey.

What letter does

“paw print” begin with?

A “P”!

“P,” right.

P

( pops )

Did you… did you see that?

That paw print just…

( pops )

…popped right off.

And you know what?

“Popped” starts with “p”

just like “paw print.”

That’s cool.

           You know what we need

for “Blue’s Clues,” our…

Notebook.

Notebook, right.

           Come on.

Hi, side table

drawer.

Hi, S-T-E-V-E.

Yep, Steve.

That’s me.

Just getting our…

notebook.

                   ( bell dings )

Hey.

“Notebook” starts

with “N”.

You know, I really think

I’m going to need

your extra help today.

You think you’ll be able

to help me figure out

what book Blue wants to read?

You will?

Great.

Oh, okay.

                       All right,

so to play, “Blue’s Clues,”

we have to find a…

Paw print!

           Paw print, right,

‘cause that’s the first…

Clue!

            Yeah. And then

we put it in our…

Notebook.

Right.

♪ ‘Cause they’re

“Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We got to find another paw

print, that’s the second clue ♪

♪ We put it in our notebook,

‘cause they’re whose clues? ♪

♪ “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We got to find the last paw

print, that’s the third clue ♪

♪ We put it in our notebook,

‘cause they’re “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ “Blue’s Clues” ♪

You know what to do!

           ♪ Sit down

in our thinking chair ♪

♪ And think, think, think ♪

♪ ‘Cause when we use our minds,

           take a step at a time ♪

♪ We can do anything… ♪

( barks )

“The boy and his puppy pedaled

           faster and faster,

but it was no use bec…”

Oh.

♪ …that we want to do. ♪

So, did you see B-L-U-E?

( barks )

Which way did she go?

She went that way.

Oh, that way, thanks.

           ♪ We are reading

for “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We are reading for

            “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We are reading for

“Blue’s Clues”... ♪

Wonder…

Wonder what this word is.

A clue, a clue!

           No, no, I don’t…

I don’t think it’s “clue.”

Clue is C-L-U-E.

Kind of like Blue,

           but with a “C”.

No, a clue!

Oh! Oh, you see a clue!

Where?

Over there!

Oh, my.

It’s our first clue

to what book Blue wants to read.

Our first clue!

And it’s on the word,

           the word…

Moon!

Moon.

            Yeah.

Good reading.

Hey!

You know what we need.

Our handy-dandy…

notebook.

   Notebook.

( bell dings )

So, let’s write this moon clue

                      in our notebook.

A moon is spelled M-O-O-N

and sometimes looks like

sort of a crescent.

A moon.

Wow.

           So, what book

could Blue want to read

with a moon in it?

What do you think?

Yeah, yeah…

I-I think we need to find

           two more clues

to figure this out.

MRS. PEPPER:

Steve, do you

need anything?

Do I need anything?

Well, I got my book, I… ooh.

( laughs )

I could use two more clues.

Hi, Mrs. Pepper.

Were you calling me?

Yes, Steve.

Do you need groceries?

Groceries, sure.

Hi, Steve.

Uh, we may need your help

with our grocery list.

Hi, Mr. Salt.

Hi, Paprika.

( Paprika laughing )

Paprika hungry.

Oh, we better hurry.

Well, do you think

we can help

Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper

with their grocery list?

                      PAPRIKA:

Hungry, hungry, hungry.

Well, let’s see

what we need to find

from this list.

Let’s find this first.

Do you see this item?

That one.

You see this item?

What is it?

Milk!

Milk, just what we

were looking for.

Milk… check.

See?

Milk.

Good job.

Paprika hungry.

What’s next

on our list?

Well, let’s see.

Ooh.

Do you see this item?

Over there!

Oh, you see this item?

What is it?

Bread!

Bread, for our peanut butter

sandwiches.

Right.

Bread.

Check.

PAPRIKA:

Bread.

Now?

Soon,

Paprika.

Almost done.

Okay.

Well, do we have anything

else on our list?

Ooh, do you see this one?

That one!

Oh, yeah?

What is it?

Juice!

Juice.

Paprika’s favorite.

Right.

Juice.

You are so good at

this reading business.

                       PAPRIKA:

Paprika want juice.

Well, I think

that’s everything.

Milk…

bread…

juice.

PAPRIKA:

Juice, juice.

Here, Paprika.

( gulping )

So, you think Paprika

was hungry?

Yeah.

Hey, do you see any

clues around here?

Me neither.

We’ll have to keep looking.

Bye.

Hey, did you know that “book”

                      starts with “B”?

Oh, and “door”.

“Door” starts with “D.”

                      And “curtain,”

“curtain” starts with “C”.

And look at that, “cow”.

“Cow” also starts with “C”,

           and-and so does “cake”

and “caterpillar,” and…

A clue!

Yes, yes, “clue.”

“Clue” also starts with “C”,

And so does “carburetor,” and

“cantaloupe,” and “capobianco.”

No, a clue.

Did you see a clue?

Where?

On the cow!

There’s a clue on that cow.

They both start with “C”!

You know what we need,

our handy-dandy…

Notebook.

…notebook.

( bell dings )

Okay.

Let’s draw this cow

in our clue collector.

Cow is spelled C-O-W.

We have the cow’s head.

A big circle for the body.

Lines for her legs.

And the udder.

And there’s a cow.

So, what was our first clue?

Moon.

Oh, a moon, right.

And now we have a cow.

Hmm.

So what book could Blue want

to read with a moon and a cow?

What do you think?

           Yeah, and-and, I think

we should find our last clue.

♪ Mail time… ♪

And we should get the mail.

♪ Mailtime, mailtime! ♪

♪ Here’s the mail,

it never fails ♪

♪ It makes me want

to wag my tail ♪

♪ When it comes,

I want to wail, “mail!” ♪

Ah…

Hi, S-T-E-V-E.

Steve, that’s me.

Hi, mailbox.

Have you got a letter for us?

I have lots of

letters for you.

Oh, letters…

of the alphabet.

( laughs )

I get it.

And here’s

another one.

Thanks, mailbox.

Bye.

Hey, he’s-he’s pretty funny,

                      don’t you think?

We just got a letter.

♪ We just got a letter ♪

♪ We just

got a letter ♪

♪ We just got a letter ♪

♪ Wonder who it’s from. ♪

Oh, it’s a letter

from our friends.

                       BOTH:

Hi, Steve and Blue.

We’re spending our day

           in the library.

You want me to read

a book to you?

This is my favorite page.

You know

what the mouse is doing?

He’s looking at his family

in the picture.

And he’s thirsty, so…

He’s thirsty.

So… he’ll ask

for a glass of milk.

And then he’s going to want

a cookie to go with it.

Do you believe him?

That was a

really funny book.

           BOTH:

Bye, Steve!

Bye.

Wow.

How great was that book?

           ‘Cause, you know,

I love a really great book.

B

You see Blue?

Right there!

Oh, over here.

Okay.

O… K…

Okay.

“...so the boy and the puppy

both went to the zoo…”

Did you see that?

That book is moving.

Blue!

I see her!

Oh, you see Blue.

( barking )

Aha!

Found you.

( barking

   “Blue Skiddoo” )

Aha, skiddoo, Blue skiddoo.

Ooh, let’s go, too.

♪ Blue skiddoo, we can, too. ♪

Hey, we’re in a story book.

Let’s go read.

I mean, since we’re

in a story book, we…

Oh, hey… oh, ah, ah.

Okay… ha…

All right.

So, where should I go?

Right there!

Oh, yes, right there

where it says, S-T-E-V-E, “Steve”

‘cause that’s me.

Oh, right.

And Blue should

go there

Where it says

B-L-U-E, “Blue,”

‘cause that’s her.

Okay.

Let’s take a look

at this sentence.

the ball. threw A girl

Hi.

Wait a minute.

The ball threw a girl?

Hi.

No!

No, that-that doesn’t make

any sense.

How can we fix this sentence?

Ooh, who threw the ball?

A girl.

Hello.

Hi.

A girl threw the ball.

STEVE:

Yeah. Great.

That was good reading.

Oh, Blue.

Ah-ah, there’s more

to this story.

A ball. caught the puppy

Okay, let’s read

this sentence, too.

A ball. caught the puppy

Ah… ooh…

Wait a sec, wait a sec.

There’s something wrong

with this sentence.

Uh-huh.

A ball caught the puppy?

No!

Well-well, let’s see.

How can we fix this sentence

so it makes sense?

A… puppy.

What did a puppy do?

Caught the ball!

A puppy caught the ball.

Wow, that’s perfect

‘cause I was wondering

who caught the ball

if the girl threw it.

Oh, there’s more to the story.

Yeah.

Let’s read.

puppy snack. The and the ate a girl

Hello.

Wow.

Oh, my.

That-that doesn’t make

any sense.

Okay, so, do you think

“the ate a girl” is a sentence?

No.

No, because that’s just

plain silly.

( laughs )

Okay.

Ooh, so who do you think

ate a snack?

The girl.

The girl?                                 

                                                             Hello.

And the puppy.

Oh, the girl and the puppy.

Okay, okay.

Let me get this straight.

Hi.

The girl and the puppy ate a snack.

Wow, what a sentence!

What a story!

What a job!

( Blue barks )

Oh, yeah.

Let’s-let’s read

the whole story.

A girl threw the ball.

A puppy caught the ball.

The girl and the puppy ate a snack.

The End

Wow, that was great.

That was really great.

I wonder what they had

           for snack.

It’s a clue!

A clue?

Right here in our story book?

Where?

What word is that?

J-U-M-P.

Jump.

Jump?

Jump…

jump.

Oh, oh, that’s the word “jump.”

Hey… you know what we need,

            our handy-dandy…

Notebook.

Notebook, right.

                       Okay, so,

let’s write the word “jump.”

           All right,

we have a J-U-M-P.

Okay.

“Jump” is our third clue.

Do you know what that means?

We’re ready for our…

Thinking chair!

Right, let’s go!

( barks

   “Blue Skiddoo” )

Ah… okay.

           Now that we’re in our

thinking chair, let’s think.

So, what book could Blue

           want to read?

Our clues are: a moon…

cow…

and the word “jump.”

( laughs )

So what book could Blue

           want to read

with a moon, a cow,

and the word “jump”?

Jump… jump.

Who-who-who jumps?

Does-does the moon jump?

No.

Oh.

No.

Well, who jumps?

Does… could-could

            the cow jump?

Yes!

Yeah.

Yeah, the cow could jump,

           uh, next to the moon

or-or over the moon.

What book would that be?

“Hey, Diddle, Diddle.”

“Hey, Diddle, Diddle.”

                      That’s it!

‘Cause, ‘cause remember…

“Hey, diddle, diddle,

the cat and the fiddle

and the cow jumps

           over the moon.”

We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues”!

♪ We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

                      ♪ We just

figured out “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ ‘Cause we’re really smart. ♪

B-L-U-E, let’s go

get that book

you want to read.

        ( barking,

“Hey, Diddle, Diddle” )

Here it is, Blue.

Here’s the book you wanted to

read, “Hey, Diddle, Diddle.”

See the cow

jumping over the moon?

Those were good clues.

Okay…

Oh, look who it is.

It’s Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper,

and Paprika.

Last on our list…

Read

   a

book.

read a book.

Do you remember

what we helped them with?

Grocery list.

Hey, remember that word?

Jump.

Good reading.

Oh, right…

now it’s our turn to read.

Ready?

“Hey, diddle, diddle,

the…”

Cat!

“And the fiddle.

The…”

You know these words.

You could read these.

“The cow jumped over the moon.”

( moos )

( barks )

“The little…”

Dog

“...laughed to see such sport,

and the…”

Dish!

“Ran away with the…”

Spoon.

Wow.

✔Read

      a

   book.

Oh, I know.

I have one more thing

for us to read.

Thank you so much

for all your help today.

( singing )

Now it’s time for so long.

But we’ll sing just

one more song.

Thanks for doing your part.

You sure are smart.

You know with me and you

and my dog, Blue,

we can do anything

♪ That we want to do. ♪

Bye-bye.

See you.

Bye.

( barks “Bye-Bye” )

( barks )

Nick Jr. Face Counts Potatoes [Closed Captioned][]

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HI THERE.

FACE HERE.

HEY, LOOK.

THERE’S ONE POTATO.

1, 2 POTATOES.

1, 2, 3 POTATOES.

4

1, 2, 3, 4 POTATOES.

1 POTATO, 2 POTATOES,

3 POTATOES, 4 POTATOES.

NOW IT’S TIME FOR

ANOTHER VISIT FROM BLUE,

RIGHT HERE ON NICK JR.!

[BLOWS FANFARE]

[CHUCKLING]

Blue's Clues Intro [Closed Captioned][]

NICK JR

Blue’s

Clues

Hi, out there!

It’s me, Steve.

Have you seen Blue, my puppy?

There she is!

Come on in.

Come on in.

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

Math! (12/15/1997) [Closed Captioned][]

            STEVE:

…four, five.

Hi, how are you?

Come on in.

Guess how many Steve steps

it took me to get

to the front door.

Go ahead, guess.

Five.

It… five. Right.

How’d you guess?

( barks )

Ooh!

Let’s count how many Steve steps

it takes to get back to Blue.

You ready?

One, two, three, four, five.

Five.

The same number of Steve steps!

                                  Right.

( barking happily )

Blue and I were just about

                      to make a list

of things we need

to buy at the store.

So, what is it that I need

           to buy at the store?

I need to buy…

( barks )

Oh, right.

A new crayon.

That’s exactly what I need.

A new crayon.

So, you need anything, Blue?

( barks )

           Y-You want

to buy something, too?

( excited

   barking )

Well-well, what do

            you want to buy?

You want to play

“Blue’s Clues”

I get it.

We’ll play “Blue’s Clues”

           to figure out

what Blue wants to buy.

♪ We are gonna play

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ ‘Cause that’s a really

great game, yeah! ♪

Okay. So remember, Blue’s paw

print will be on the clues:

“Blue’s Clues”.

Think we should just leave

           this paw print here?

No.

Ooh.

Did you know

that Blue’s paw print has

one, two, three,

four toes on it?

Four.

( tickling )

( paw print giggles )

Oh, that paw print was

a little ticklish.

Sorry.

Hey, you know what we need

for “Blue’s Clues”, our…

Notebook!

Notebook, right.

And where do we keep

           our notebook?

Side table drawer!

Right. Let’s go.

One, two, three,

four, five, six.

It took you six Steve

steps to get here.

Good counting.

Ooh. Thanks.

( bell dings )

You know… I think

           I’m really going

to need your help today

trying to figure out

what Blue wants to buy.

Will you help me?

You will?

Great!

Okay, so to play “Blue’s Clues,”

we got to find a…

Paw print.

Paw print, right.

‘Cause that’s the first…

Clue!

Yeah. Then we put it

in our notebook…

♪ Cause they’re “Blue’s Clues,”

                       “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We got to find another paw

print, that’s the second clue ♪

♪ We put it in our notebook,

‘cause they’re whose clues?

♪ “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We got to find the last paw

print, that’s the third clue ♪

♪ We put it in our notebook ♪

♪ ‘Cause they’re “Blue’s Clues,”

                        “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ You know what to do ♪

           ♪ Sit down

in our thinking chair ♪

♪ And think, think, think ♪

♪ ‘Cause when we use our minds,

and take a step at a time ♪

♪ We can do anything… ♪

( barks )

♪ That we want to do. ♪

Okay, so we need to find…

                      three clues.

Uh, which way should we look?

That way!

This way?

Good. Let’s go.

♪ One, two, three, four ♪

           ♪ Come on,

let’s count some more ♪

♪ Five, six, seven,

tight, nine, ten. ♪

Ten steps to the kitchen.

Ooh… ice cubes.

One, two, three, four, five…

six, seven, eight, nine, ten.

Ten ice cubes. Good counting.

( rattles )

A clue!

Ten Clues?

           No,

it’s a clue!

Oh, a clue.

There’s a clue

on this ice.

An ice clue.

You know what

we need to do.

We need to write

this clue down

in our handy-dandy…

Notebook!

Notebook.

( bell dings )

Ooh.

I need to buy

a new crayon.

Soon.

Real soon.

Okay, let’s see.

A square for the side,

some lines, like this,

to make the cube.

Then another one.

Ice cubes.

So, we’re trying to figure out

           what Blue wants to buy.

And our first clue is…

Ice cubes. Hmm.

          So… what could Blue

want to buy with ice cubes?

Do you know?

Yeah, yeah, I-I think

we have to find two more

clues to figure this out.

MR. SALT:

I have three.

MRS. PEPPER:

I have five.

Steve, who has

more apples--

me or Mr. Salt?

Oh, who has more apples?

Hmm. Do you know?

Who has more apples--

Mr. Salt or Mrs. Pepper?

How could we figure this out?

Count them.

We could count them.

Great idea.

Okay.

Let’s count.

So, how many apples

does Mr. Salt have?

( crunch )

( crunch )

( crunch )

Three.

One, two, three.

Three, right.

So, how many apples

does Mrs. Pepper have?

( crunch)

( crunch )

( crunch )

( crunch )

( crunch )

Five.

One, two, three, four, five.

Five, right.

           So, if Mr. Salt

has three apples,

and Mrs. Pepper has five apples,

then who has more apples?

Mrs. Pepper.

Right.

Mrs. Pepper has more apples.

Because five is

more than three.

Uh… that is not

too fair.

We should bring the same number

of apples to the picnic.

                      Picnic?

Did you say picnic?

Is there a picnic today?

Uh-huh.

And we should

each bring

the same number

of apples.

Oh, okay.

Ooh, so if we give Mr. Salt

one apple from Mrs. Pepper,

then how many apples

does Mr. Salt have?

Four.

Four, right.

Then how many apples

does Mrs. Pepper have?

Four.

Four. Right.

So, if Mr. Salt

has four apples,

and Mrs. Pepper has four apples,

            then-then they both have

the same number of apples.

We’re equal.

That’s fair.

So, Steve, how many apples

do we have altogether

to take to the picnic?

Whoa.

Okay. So how many apples

Do they have altoge…?

Let’s count. Yeah.

( clears throat )

One…

two…

three…

four…

five…

six…

seven…

and… eight.

So, how many apples

do they have altogether?

Eight!

Eight. Right.

Because four apples

plus four apples

equals eight apples!

Oh-ho!

           That’s some

mighty fine figuring.

BOTH:

Thanks, Steve.

Hey, you’re welcome.

On to finding more clues.

♪ One, two, three, four ♪

♪ Five, six, seven ♪

♪ Eight ♪

8

♪ Nine ♪

♪ Ten, eleven ♪

♪ Twelve! ♪

                                   ( chirping )

There you are, Blue.

( barks )

12 steps to the garden.

I have more.

I have more.

Hi, shovel.

Hi, pail.

Maybe we can help.

Okay.

Who has more

Graham Crackers--

me or pail?

I bet we can help with this one.

You want to try?

Okay.

So, how many Graham Crackers

does shovel have?

( scratching )

One, two, three, four…

five, six, seven, eight.

How many Graham Crackers

does shovel have?

Eight!

Eight. Right.

So, how many Graham Crackers

                       does pail have?

( scratching )

One, two, three

four, five, six, seven.

So… how many Graham Crackers

does pail have?

Seven.

Seven. Right.

Good counting.

So, if shovel has

eight Graham Crackers

and pail has seven

           Graham Crackers,

who has more Graham Crackers?

Shovel.

Shovel.

            Right, because

shovel has… eight.

( barks )

And eight

Graham Crackers

are more than seven.

Exactly.

( barks “Okay” )

I knew I had more.

Yeah, well, so…

how many Graham Crackers

do we have altogether

to take to the picnic?

Right.

So, how many Graham Crackers

do they have… altogether?

( scratching )

One, two, three,

four, five, six, seven,

eight, nine, ten, 11,

12… whew!

13… 14… 15.

So how many Graham Crackers do

           they have altogether?

Fifteen!

15. Good adding.

Because seven plus eight

           equals…

Fifteen!

15. Great!

Thank you for

helping us.

( Blue barks

“You’re welcome” )

Hey, you’re welcome.

( barks )

           Right, Blue,

we still have to find

two more clues to figure out

           what you want to buy.

Bye.

How many picnic baskets?

One!

Right, one.

How many paw prints?

One.

Right, one.

A clue.

                       Right.

One paw print, one clue.

Oh.

Oh, you found our second clue.

Where is it?

On the cup!

There’s the one paw print,

                       on the cup.

This cup is our second clue.

Okay, we know what to do.

We need our handy-dandy…

   Notebook.

( bell dings )

Notebook, right.

Hmm. Nubby.

Okay. We need to draw a cup.

A big circle here.

Lines for the sides.

Two lines here.

And we have… a cup.

So, what was our first clue?

Ice cubes!

Ice cubes, right.

And now our second clue

           is this…

Cup.

Cup, yeah.

And we’re trying to figure out

           what Blue wants to buy

with ice cubes and a cube.

Hmm…

What do you think

Blue wants to buy?

That’s interesting.

           I think we need

to find our third clue.

♪ Mail time, mail time,

           mail time! ♪

The mail’s here! Let’s go.

♪ Here’s the mail,

           it never fails ♪

♪ It makes me want

           to wag my tail ♪

                       ♪ When it comes,

I want to wail, “mail!” ♪

( barks happily )

Ah!

…25, 26, 27.

Hey, mailbox.

27? 27 of what?

27 stamps in

my book, see?

Ooh, look at all those stamps.

That-that’s good collecting.

Thank you.

Oh, and I think

there’s a letter

in there for you,

too, Steve.

Thanks, mailbox.

We just got a letter.

♪ We just got a letter ♪

♪ We just got a letter ♪

♪ We just got a letter ♪

♪ Wonder who it’s from. ♪

Look, it’s a letter

from our friends.

TOGETHER:

Hi, Steve.

Hi, Blue.

We’re having pizza.

One, two, three, four.

Four pieces.

If I cut it

like this…

is that enough?

                                  GIRL:

No. That’s only two pieces.

Two pieces for me.

No way.

How about if I cut

it in quarters?

Is that enough?

GIRL:

One, two, three, four.

GIRLS:

Yes.

One for everybody.

Bye, Steve.

Bye.

Bye.

Bye!

Wow.

That was so smart

cutting that pizza

into four quarters.

Oh!

Fractions.

Whoa.

( Blue barks )

Let’s go see what Blue’s up to.

Blue, where are you?

Blue skiddoo.

Blue skiddoo?

Oh. ♪ Blue skiddoo… ♪

Right.

Oh, Blue did skiddoo,

right into that sto…

It’s the present store.

                      Maybe I can find

what I need to buy there.

♪ Blue skiddoo, we can, too. ♪

( Blue yelps )

Oh, wow.

Look at all this stuff

           we could buy.

( barks )

Okay, so what was it

that I needed to buy?

Crayon.

Right.

A new crayon.

That’s exactly

what I need.

Ooh, better see

how much money I have.

Just let me check

the old wallet here.

Okay…

Let’s see. Ah!

Count with me.

I have one, two, three…

four, five, six, seven.

Seven blue dollars to spend.

Hmm. How many blue dollars

                      is that crayon?

Two blue dollars.

Two blue dollars.

How’d you know that?

Oh, the prices

are right underneath.

Got it. Okay.

So, do I have enough blue

dollars to buy that crayon?

Yes!

I do.

Well, how much

do I need to pay?

Two blue dollars.

Okay. One, two.

( barks twice )

Hello?

Hello?

I would like

to buy

a new crayon

with two please

dollars, please.

Would you like

to purchase one crayon?

Uh, yes, actually,

I would.

I’d like to buy

that new crayon

with my money, please.

Splendid. That will be

two blue dollars, please.

( rings )

Okay.

Here you go.

One… two.

Two blue dollars.

Wonderful.

Your crayon

is on its way.

( yelps

   happily )

Cool.

My brand-new crayon,

and it’s all wrapped up,

like a present.

Hey, do you think maybe…

maybe I have enough blue dollars

left to buy something else?

Well, let’s see.

I had seven blue dollars,

and then I spent two

           on that crayon.

So I have…

How many blue dollars

           do I have left?

Five blue dollars.

Five. Right.

One, two, three, four, five.

Five blue dollars left to spend.

So, do you see what I could buy

with the money I have left?

Ooh… how about those

great green socks?

Do I have enough dollars

for those socks, huh?

No!

Nope. Those socks

are six blue dollars,

and I only have five.

How about that cool hat?

Do I have enough blue dollars

                      for that hat?

Yes!

I do? I have enough

           blue dollars?

Well, how many blue dollars

                      is that hat?

Three blue dollars.

Three blue dollars.

And I have five.

Would you like to

purchase something else?

Yes. I’d like

to purchase

that hat, please.

Most definitely.

It would look

fabulous on you.

That will be three

blue dollars, please.

Ooh. Okay.

Here you go.

One, two…

three blue dollars.

And look, two blue

dollars left over.

Thank you.

And your new hat

will be coming right up.

Green is definitely

your color.

I’ve always thought so.

( chuckles )

My new hat

and it’s all

wrapped up

like a present.

Exactly. This is

the present store,

you know.

I love the present store.

Bye. Thanks

for all your help.

Have a good day.

♪ I just got a new hat ♪

♪ I just got a new hat ♪

♪ I just got a new hat… ♪

♪ And a crayon, too. Yeah! ♪

A clue, a clue!

Oh. Oh, you see a clue?

A clue, right here

in the present store?

Where?

Right there!

Oh. Right here, on these…

lemons.

Okay. So Blue’s last clue

to what she wants to buy

are on these lemons.

You know what we need?

Our handy-dandy… new crayon.

♪ And our notebook, too. ♪

( bell dings )

Okay. So…

lemons.

Okay, lemons.

An oval here…

this funny, curvy line

for the outside…

the sections….

and then another whole one…

and we have lemons.

            Okay. So,

after our third clue…

Ooh, our third clue.

After our third clue,

           we go to our…

Thinking chair!

Thinking chair, right!

Come on.

( barking )

Ah. Okay…

now that we’re in our…

           thinking chair,

let’s think.

( bell dings )

So, we need to figure out

           what Blue wants to buy.

And our clues are:

Ice cubes…

a cup…

and… lemons.

Hmm.

So what could Blue want to buy

with ice cubes, a cup

           and lemons?

Ooh, ooh…

do you think maybe that

that the lemons could

wear the cup as a hat

and then just slip around

                      on the ice?

( skating music plays )

No!

No.

Well… what could Blue

            want to buy

that’s made from lemons

                      and ice

and that you could maybe

           pour into a cup?

Lemonade!

Lemonade. That’s it!

Blue wants to buy lemonade

                      because…

            because lemonade is made

from lemons and ice cubes,

and-and-and you pour it

           into a cup!

And Blue just loves lemonade.

We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues”!

♪ We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ We just figured out

           “Blue’s Clues” ♪

♪ ‘Cause we’re really smart. ♪

Okay, Blue.

Now we just need to…

           ( yapping )

…figure out where we

can find some lemonade.

Okay. Wait…

           ( continues yapping )

           Would you like

to buy some lemonade?

Why, yes.

That’s just

what Blue wanted.

Oh, look.

It’s shovel and pail.

Remember how we

helped them

count their

Graham Crackers?

Graham crackers

are yummy.

Oh, are you

kidding me?

With a little

fresh-squeezed lemonade?

Oh, that hits the spot.

Oh, look.

It’s Mr. Salt

and Mrs. Pepper

with their apples

at the picnic.

That will be

one blue dollar

for your lemonade.

Oh, it’s

the cash register

from the present store.

Remember?

There you go.

One blue dollar.

Hey, how many blue dollars

do I have left?

Right. One blue dollar.

For my savings.

Here you go.

Fresh-squeezed

Lemonade.

With ice cubes

in a cup

for the picnic.

Cool!

Hey, you were

a great help today.

( yelps )

♪ Now it’s time

for so long ♪

           ♪ But we’ll sing

just one more song ♪

♪ Thanks for doing your part ♪

♪ You sure are smart ♪

♪ You know, with me and you ♪

♪ And my dog, Blue ♪

♪ We can do anything ♪

♪ That we want to do. ♪

See you later.

Bye-bye!

Thanks a lot.

See you.

♪ Do, do-do… ♪

( barks )

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