Blue’s Clues: Making Changes
Have you ever played Blue’s Clues before? This game will help you cope with the new addition to the family – a baby! The first game to introduce this new baby is Blue’s Clues: Making Changes, which is a great way to get to know the baby better. You’ll play as the baby and help Mrs Salt and Mrs Pepper adjust to their new baby.
Some of the changes from Season 2 are minor. For example, the introduction of Joe in Season 4 is a purely minor one. Joe learns how to play the game from his mother and later plays it in the same way as Steve and others. During the same arc, the introduction of Cinnamon (a woman who speaks the same language as Blue) also occurs. Then, in Season 5, the clues make a big change.
As the previous episodes, the kids were learning how to deal with new situations, such as Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper are trying to adapt to the new baby, and Blue and Steve have to make changes in their lives to accommodate their new addition. They learn that it’s okay to make changes to your routine, even if they are hard at first. These changes can help you to help others. This game teaches children to be flexible and help others when possible.
There’s also a variation of the game known as “The Scavenger Hunt” that combines Steve and Blue’s Clues. The first one uses a scavenger hunt in which the characters have to collect Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper, while the second one uses a bottle. In both books, Paprika is a key character and grows up into a big sister.
The original series ended in 2006. However, the show was relaunched in 2019 as Blue’s Clues & You. Joshua Dela Cruz was the first Asian American host of the show. The new season will premiere in October 2019. But before we get to that, let’s discuss why the series is making changes. In short, Blue’s Clues made history.
One of the best parts of Blue’s Clues is the fake interactivity it introduced. Hosts would keep up a running dialogue with the audience while a game is played off-screen. The hosts would ask questions and seek clues from the audience to help them solve the case. Some characters had paw pads at the bottom of their feet, which was quite unusual.
In addition to the game, the characters often dress up as superheroes. Steve is called Stripe Man, Blue calls himself Super Blue, and Clock Girl is called Super Soap. The second clue is yarn, and Steve makes a new sock puppet with his paw prints on it. Finally, Blue and Steve help Mrs. Salt and Mrs. Pepper make a macaroni picture frame.