Baby Shark Cereal Swims Into Stores Next Month
Pinkfong, the creators behind the “Baby Shark” YouTube phenomena, continue to prove their catchy tune is more than just a viral fad—much to parents’ dismay. The company has teamed up with Kellogg’s to launch a breakfast cereal inspired by the hit song, according to a report from Business Insider. The cereal will reportedly include berry-flavored loops and marshmallows, and will be available at Sam’s Club beginning August 17 and at Walmart in late September.
The cereal is the latest to join the Baby Shark portfolio of products and comes on the heels of a handful of projects. Earlier this year, it was revealed that a new series inspired by your kid’s favorite song is coming to Netflix. In addition to that, Nickelodeon will launch an original animated series based on the song, and a live show will also be touring the US this fall.
As if kids weren’t already obsessed, you can also gift them with a bunch of Baby Shark swag. Check out a few of our favorite items below:
Baby Shark Play-Doh Set
Kids can make their own Baby Shark family using the 12 Play-Doh cans and the handful of included crafting tools.
Buy it: Amazon.com, Baby Shark Play-Doh Set, $15
Baby Shark Singing Plush
The super-soft plush will become every little shark’s cuddle buddy. For extra fun, squeeze the tummy to hear four verses of “Baby Shark.”
Buy it: Amazon.com, Pinkfong Baby Shark Official Song Doll, $17
Baby Shark Hooded Towel
This ultra-soft and cozy towel is perfect for use at home or on the beach.
Buy it: Amazon.com, Baby Shark Cotton Hooded Towel, $16
Baby Shark Sound Puzzle
As kids arrange the thick, wooden puzzle pieces, it’ll trigger music from the popular song to play.
Buy it: Amazon.com, Baby Shark Chunky Wooden Sound Puzzle, $10
Baby Shark Sound Book
The musical book is made for small hands and features 10 tunes with colorful illustrations.
Buy it: Amazon.com, Pinkfong Baby Shark Official Sound Book, $20
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