We have such a fun FREE printable for all those Cocomelon loving toddlers! This Cocomelon activity goes along with the “Yes Yes Vegetable” song. This Feed Baby JJ toddler activity helps with fine motor skills and gets little ones familiar with fruits and vegetables. We love Cocomelon in our house and as a parent, I appreciate that the creators have made a show for little ones that involves singing, learning, healthy family relationships and so much more.
My youngest daughter, Indie can’t get enough of the fun tv show and sings along with all of the songs. One of her favorite Cocomelon songs is the vegetable song. She enjoyed feeding Baby JJ all the different fruits and veggies and even got a little brave herself and tried a few of the veggies she hadn’t tried before! Win win!
Is your toddler or baby obsessed with Cocomelon too? We’ve created an entire printable Cocomelon Birthday Party pack with 13 printable decor and games. Check out the Cocomelon Birthday Party Pack here.
Included are instant downloads for:
- Cocomelon birthday invitations – Etsy link
- Cocomelon birthday banner – FREE PRINTABLE
- Cocomelon cupcake toppers – FREE PRINTABLE
- Coocmelon cake topper – FREE PRINTABLE
- Cocomelon birthday party welcome/door sign – FREE PRINTABLE
- Cocomelon drink labels – FREE PRINTABLE
- Cocomelon birthday party favors/tags – FREE PRINTABLE
- Cocomelon activity page/placemat – Etsy link
- Cocomelon bean bag toss game – Etsy link
- Cocomelon bingo game – Etsy link
- Cocomelon cake walk game – Etsy link
- Cocomelon Don’t Eat Pete (the Cocomelon Friend) game – Etsy link
- Cocomelon Pin the Nose game – Etsy link
You can print an entire party from the comfort of your own home! See how we used our Cocomelon party printables for COCOMELON BIRTHDAY PARTY DECOR and COCOMELON BIRTHDAY PARTY GAMES. (free printables are available on the linked decor post)
Here’s how to assemble the Cocomelon Feeding Baby JJ Activity:
- Print off the free prints (there are 4 pages total, you might want to print multiple of the fruits and veggie pages)
- Cut everything out, including the mouth and stomach.
- Laminate for more durability and multiple use.
- Cut the laminated mouth area. Make sure it’s big enough for the fruit/veggies.
- Tape the top half of Baby JJ to the bottom half.
- Flip over and tape a quart size ziploc bag to the back. Tape the bottom and sides. You want the bottom of the bag to touch just to the bottom of the stomach.
- Cut the plastic bag where the mouth is (on the side that is taped to Baby JJ).
- Hang on the wall or glue/tape to a box and cut out the mouth area then watch your toddler having fun!
One of our favorite ways to teach our kids is through play. We have found it to be one of the most effective ways as well, for little kids and older kids. This activity does just that. It allows children to learn while having fun. It keeps their little fingers busy all while introducing them to healthy vegetables and fruit.
If you love our free printable activities, please share with your ohana!
Check out our other Cocomelon activities (click on the image):
Much love and aloha,