Each "Blue's Clues" video contains two episodes of the show, which is good news if your child is a hardcore Blue's Clues fan, like mine. Having recently outgrown the Teletubbies once and for all, my daughter craved something new to pop in the VCR. This was an ideal solution.
Many parents turn to the TV to keep their tots busy during mealtime. I sometimes do, but mostly, I limit her viewing to shows like Blue's Clues because of its content. Each video has a theme. "Blue's Safari" is the tape about animals. In its own unique way, it teaches about animal habitats and pet care. All kids love to learn about animals, so this might be the most widely appealing one in the bunch. The videos truly are educational; the skills taught in each tape are listed right there on the back of the box, and the shows really live up to them.
An hour of "Blue's Clues" at one time might be too much for a toddler's attention span. The thirty-minute show on Nick Jr. seems to be an ideal length. My daughter tends to wander away from the television around the 45-minute mark. If your child can sit through an hour-long video, "Blue's Clues" tapes are perfect.
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