A first look at one of Jakks Pacific’s CoComelon-themed ball pits coming out next year. | Source: Jakks Pacific/the Toy Book

JJ, YoYo, TomTom, and the entire CoComelon crew are going to appear on new products next year.

Based on a deal announced earlier this year with Moonbug Entertainment to become the North American seasonal toy partner for CoComelon, Jakks Pacific is currently developing themed furniture, ball pits, trampolines, and dance mats to be released next spring.

The CoComelon furniture line will include an activity table set with two padded activity chairs and a 2-by-2-foot washable vinyl surface featuring CoComelon characters; a light-up, interactive step stool that lights up and plays CoComelon music when kids stand on it; and a portable booster seat with a tray. The Piano Dance Mat will give kids three different ways to play: they can create their own music and dance on the piano, play music from CoComelon, or play a memory dance game using phrases from their favorite characters.

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Jakks is also creating a complete line of ball pits and trampolines that will include characters and graphics from CoComelon. There will be two Playland versions: 15-ball, which features an inflatable crawl-through design, and 20-ball, which includes an interactive side panel in the crawl-through design. Additionally, the Super Sounds Playland includes an electronic panel that plays music, and the Weee-Do 2-in-1 Ball Pit features a trampoline that plays a CoComelon song when kids bounce on it and a ball pit with 50 flex balls.

“CoComelon has been a fun license to work with and provides endless opportunities for design application,” says Nicholas Masi, vice president of marketing for Jakks Pacific.  “We’ve developed some amazing and innovative new seasonal items for this line, and Jakks looks forward to bringing these toys to the aisle and online spring 2022.”

CoComelon is the No. 1 most-watched brand on YouTube with 3.5 billion monthly views. The 3D animated series features JJ and his family, teaching kids ​​how to take on everyday activities and modeling positive behavior.