With the “Blue’s Clues & You! Listen and Play” Alexa skill from Nickelodeon, your preschooler can play with Josh and Blue in a whole new way! Listen along and help Josh figure out Blue’s clues! As kids play, they’ll use their imagination and practice skills like listening and critical thinking. With ten different storylines, there’s a new adventure every time you play, featuring friends like Magenta, Tickety Tock, Shovel and Pail, and more.
To enable the skill, simply say "Alexa, open Blue’s Clues”.*
To quit, just say "Alexa, quit" anytime during the game.
The “Blue’s Clues and You! Listen and Play” skill is for kids aged 4+ and their families. You can watch episodes of “Blue’s Clues & You!” on Nick Jr.
*If you set up a child profile through FreeTime please enable the skill first on your account by clicking enable on the store page. Then please go to the parent dashboard and add the Blue’s Clues skill to your child’s content. You can find the dashboard by going to https://parents.amazon.com/ click your kids’ profile and then the settings cog on the right, click add content, click Alexa skills, and slide the toggle to on for Blue’s Clues and You! Listen and Play.
If you never gave parental consent you will hear Alexa say “To use Blue's Clues and You Listen and Play a parent needs to give permission. I sent some information to the home screen of your Alexa app." Please open your Alexa app and make sure you are logged into the account that’s on your assistant device. On the home screen of the app you will see a notification that you can tap. It will open the store page of the skill. Tap launch, which will bring you to the parental consent form. Click through the prompts and once you allow parental consent you can access the skill.
The Blue's Clues & You! Listen and Play Alexa Skill may include the use of anonymous persistent identifiers for skill management purposes and enabling this skill constitutes your permission to such usage of anonymous persistent identifiers for all users on your device. Disabling this skill will a) permanently disable use of a previous anonymous persistent identifier, and b) disconnect all user experience data from the previously related account managed by Amazon.