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Blue is on the screen telling you that it’s time to play a game. What story does Blue want to play? You can pick from one of these: “The Treasure Hunt,” “The Mystery Box,” or “Paws-abilities.” Let’s see what we get! At the end of your long-form content, include a bulleted list with links to all related blog posts. Blog Posts: * The Treasure Hunt – How To Play Blue’s Clues * Mystery Box – Who Wants to play blue’s clues? * Paws Abilities – What are some skills that puppies can do like Puppy A does in this show? So, not only do you have to write long-form content for Blue’s Clues episodes, but also blog posts where the readers can learn more about the show and explore their own skills. What should kids know about this show? Take a look at this post: Paws Abilities – What are some skills that puppies can do like Puppy A does in this show?, which offers ideas of what we might teach children after watching an episode on how different animals use their paws to accomplish tasks and solve problems. For example, dogs (Puppy A) need to pick up objects with their mouth or nose because they don’t have hands like humans. Other examples include racoons using their clawed feet as hands when climbing trees; house

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