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Wow Stuff scoops MadeforMums wins with CoComelon innovations

Wow Stuff has picked up accolades at the MadeforMums toy awards for two of its CoComelon innovations.

The overall Best Toddlers Toy award was given to the company’s CoComelon Sleep Soother, a soft pillow in the form of the character which glows in the dark while playing a series of nursery rhymes from the series.

After a set period of time, the volume reduces before it automatically switches off.

In addition, coming first and winning Gold in the Best Educational/Learning Toys under 3s category was Wow Stuff’s CoComelon Colour Learning Sheep. As the name suggests, the product recognises the colours it is placed on, lighting up in the same colour and then signing Baa Baa Black Sheep and inserting the name of the sheep’s colour.

“These awards are judged by children and their parents, as well as our expert editorial team, so people know they can trust that these toys will be loved and well worth spending hard-earned money on,” commented Helen Brown, deputy editor of MadeforMums. “Wow! Stuff won through against very stiff competition so they deserve many congratulations.”

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