We head inside the house and find our old friend, Sock Puppet. He asks us our name and then says that he's looking for Steve. We help him to find Steve and Steve says that we need a puppet of our own. He suggests we use our hand as a puppet and we can call it "Handy." We head on over to Blue and tell a story for her, of the day Sock Puppet met Handy and how they weren't lonely anymore. Blue likes the story, but there's another she wants to hear as well. We come upon Tickety Tock and Slippery Soap and find that they've created their own paper bag puppets. They're trying to do a story also, but they're having trouble actng it out because they aren't sure how to use their voices to express emotion. So we help them out by first practicing what the face of particular emotion would look like and then making our voices sound like this. With our help, they're able to tell their story of how their puppets liked bananas. Pink Bag puppet was happy to have bananas, but Purple Bag sadly had no bananas. Then Pink Bag puppet shared and they were both happy. Later, we skiddoo into a poster of a castle. There we find Storybook and become puppeteers for a story. We use hand puppet to demonstrate movements that are needed to match the story and with our help, Sock Puppet looks for apples high up in a tree, then tiptoes his way past a giant and swims across a river.
In this episode, Steve plays Blue's Clues to figure out what story Blue wants us to tell with our puppets, Sock Puppet and Handy. The three clues in this episode are:
Clue 1: [highlight to see]A Boy[/highlight to see]
Clue 2: [highlight to see]A Tall Plant[/highlight to see]
Clue 3: [highlight to see]A Giant[/highlight to see]
Based on one or more of these clues, can you figure out what story Blue wants us to tell with our puppets? The correct answer is:
[highlight to see]Jack and the Beanstalk[/highlight to see]