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This Blue's Clues title from Humongous is based on the USA TV show version of Blue's Clues. The in-game images are taken from the show, or in the same form of real, clay and paper items. The same style of early-education interaction and feedback is used in the game as the TV show has.

This collection of activities focuses on reading skills, under the guise of creating newspapers for the Blue's Clues folks. In-game activities include: - Dictionary (screens of thematic items that have mixed up labels or labels that need to be attached). - Neighborhood News (Collect all the powerful words i.e. verbs to move Blue along the path) - Word Match (match all the corresponding pictures and word cards until you have none left - a card game) - Sticker Story Maker (a madlib system that uses stickers with words/images on them to build the story)

When you get enough newspapers made, you'll get puzzle pieces. When all 45 newspapers are made, you get the entire puzzle and a payoff.


Blue's Reading Time Activities Windows Blue uses a word to cross the stream.
Blue's Reading Time Activities Windows Bringing a finished newspaper to the newsstand.
Blue's Reading Time Activities Windows Mailbox has a news story for Blue to follow up.
Blue's Reading Time Activities Windows Starfish needs a flag for his sand castle.

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Tech with Kids (Computing with Kids) Windows Oct 06, 2000 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars 100
Edutaining Kids Windows May, 2001 A 100
Just Adventure Windows 2001 A 100
Review Corner Windows Sep, 2000 9.6 out of 10 96
macHOME Macintosh 2002 4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars 90
All Game Guide Windows 2000 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60


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