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You’ll find CoComelon anything everywhere, whether it’s TikTok, Netflix, or pretty much any big-box store. Seriously, there are entire toy aisles dedicated to the Netflix show. You’ll find CoComelon toys on Target’s Top Toys, the annual Walmart Toy List, and Amazon’s ‘Toys We Love‘ list for a reason. And I get it. They all have a strong educational element, for one. They’ve got push toys that’ll help build motor skills or singing laptops that teach you your numbers, letters, and shapes. Plus, kids get excited when they get to bring their favorite shows to life. Each toy extends what they see on screen into playtime.
I also think CoComelon toys make great gifts for toddlers this holiday season. And with the way sales and shipping deadlines are going, you should start shopping now. That’s why I rounded up the best CoComelon toys you can get now, from the classics to new items this season.
Best CoComelon Black Friday Deals in 2022
- CoComelon Musical Guitar, $12.49 on Amazon (reg. $22.99)
- CoComelon Deluxe Family House Playset, $41.99 on Amazon (reg. $59.99)
- Snack Time JJ Plush Doll, $12.99 on Amazon (reg. $21.99)
- Boo Boo JJ Deluxe Feature Plush, $27.99 on Amazon (reg. $44.99)
- Interactive Learning JJ Doll with Lights, Sounds, and Music, $17.49 on Amazon (reg. $27.99)
- Official Musical Bedtime JJ Doll, $16.19 on Amazon (reg. $19.99)
- Sing and Learn Laptop Toy, $15.99 on Amazon (reg. $21.99)
- No-Spill Musical Bubble Machine, $18.53 on Amazon (reg. $24.99)
- Toy Singalong Boombox, $20.99 on Amazon (reg. $29.99)
- CoComelon Table & Chair Set for Toddlers, $15.99 on Amazon (reg. $39.99)
CoComelon Official Bedtime JJ Doll
When you squeeze the JJ doll’s ($16.19, Target) tummy, he’ll recite a range of seven sounds and phrases. He weighs a little over a pound and has a soft plush body that’s cozy to snuggle with (but just remember that his head is hard). He even comes with his own Teddy Pillow plush. Right now, he’s marked down 10% off until Oct. 20. And because Amazon price matches constantly, he’s available on Amazon now for the same price. They have a $4 coupon on the product listing, which can save you even more.
CoComelon Splash Pad
This 48-inch splash pad ($14.42, Walmart) is 37% off right now. I love that you don’t even need to assemble this toy — simply connect it to a hose and adjust the water pressure.
Musical Back-to-School JJ Doll
You can save 10% if you buy the Musical Back-to-School JJ Doll ($12.49, Target) now. I love that he can get kids excited about school since he comes with a little backpack to store his own school supplies. And if you squeeze his soft belly, he’ll play the official CoComelon “Back to School” song. He’s recommended for babies and toddlers 18 months and up. Psst, don’t forget to use your Target RedCard to save an extra 5%.
JJ’s Learning Watch
If your kid is three years old and up, you should definitely snag JJ’s Learning Watch ($11.99, Amazon) while it’s still on sale. The watch is 29% off, and it comes with 1-day Prime shipping, depending on your area. There’s also a $3 off coupon you can currently apply. Little ones can set up their own alarms, play games, and learn more about time and time management with this watch. It only requires one CR2450 battery which is already included.
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CoComelon Cuddle Pillow Melon
Some hot toys people are searching for right now are weighted stuffed animals. That’s because they’re said to help calm little ones down with the added pressure. This Pillow Melon ($21.99, Target) weighs two pounds and is made of super soft and huggable polyester. It measures out to about a foot long in length and width, which might feel quite comforting to hug.
JJ’s My First Learning Phone
If your baby won’t stop grabbing your phone, JJ’s My First Learning Phone ($9.99, Target) might be the best solution. It helps kids learn their alphabet, colors, shapes, weather, feelings, and more. You can even pretend to talk on the phone with each other to bond with your baby. The toy phone is super interactive and uses lights, sounds, and music to keep your baby entertained for hours.
CoComelon Petting Farm Playset
Hot tip: with Target Circle, you can save 25% on one toy or a kids’ book now. Definitely save that discount for bigger toys over $40, like the CoComelon Petting Farm Playset ($26.99, Target). It comes with a windmill, henhouse, tractor, little animal figures, and a JJ farmer figure for taking on the go. Plus, when you press the haystack, it plays fun songs and sounds. Animals make sounds, too, when you match them to their shapes. All required batteries are included.
CoComelon Sing and Learn
You get a great deal with this little Sing and Learn Laptop ($15.99, Amazon) when you buy it on Amazon. And what’s better, you’re getting a ton of learning value with the toy laptop. It helps babies 18 months and up learn the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and animals. It even plays fun little songs and closes up easily for on-the-go play.
CoComelon Ultimate Learning Adventure Bus
Save the CoComelon Ultimate Learning Adventure Bus ($51.99, Target) for a bigger gift, like a birthday or Christmas. It’s like a decked-out version of the $14 CoComelon Official School Bus, and it offers way more. You get the bus, which is huge (16 inches long) that baby can push around and build motor skills with. They can also play DJ by spinning the dial, and nursery songs like “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” or “Bingo” will come on. The bus comes with 13 tokens which babies slide into the top slot. Each token teaches you about letters, numbers, and colors.
Food toys were my ultimate favorite growing up, and I can’t get enough of this Lunchbox Playset ($7.49, Target). First of all, the smiling melon lunch box carries all of your toys, so it’s easy to play with on the go. You also get a flower-shaped egg, a little bento box that helps kids learn how to sort by color, and some utensils. There’s even a colorful, stacking number popsicle for learning numbers and building fine motor skills.
Family Figure Set
While other CoComelon figure sets run you $15 for a grouping of four, this family figure set ($24.99, Target) offers eight figures for $9 more. You get JJ’s entire family, including Mom, Dad, Grandma and Grandpa, Tomtom and Yoyo, plus the pup, Bingo. Each figure is posable and super lightweight, so you easily transfer them from playset to playset.
CoComelon Family House Playset
If you don’t already have a CoComelon playset, this house ($12.99, Target) is 10% off its original price. It even comes with two figures, Baby JJ and his mom, plus home accessories like a sofa, chair, and fridge. I love that it comes with a handle, so you can snap the house shut and carry it to the park or a friend’s house. You even get a little coloring page cutout for extra fun.
My Friend Cody Plush
JJ’s best friend Cody ($17.96, Amazon) loves all things dinosaurs, which is why he comes with his own little plush T. rex. Cody plays fun sounds and phrases if you squeeze his soft tummy. He also weighs one pound, which is comforting to hug at night. You can get Cody at Target, but he’s $0.11 cents cheaper on Amazon thanks to price matching.
Schooltime Deluxe Playset
This little Schooltime Deluxe Playset ($17.89, Target) can help kids ages three and up feel more comfortable about school. It features prominent figures from the show, like JJ, Nina, and Ms. Appleberry — all of whom are posable. Your kid can work on their numbers, colors, and letters with the included double-sided easel, blocks, and school accessories. It’s a set that offers so much room for imagination and roleplay.