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Playtime: Jolly Kiddie Meal launches ‘The SpongeBob Movie’ toys

SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Mr. Krabs, and the rest of the Bikini Bottom gang are coming to Jollibee this August. 

Playtime: Jolly Kiddie Meal launches ‘The SpongeBob Movie’ toys
Jolly Kiddie Meal’s ‘The SpongeBob Movie’ toys made for playing and learning. 
In anticipation of the upcoming The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, the fast food chain launches Jolly Kiddie Meal toys featuring the characters of the 2021 animated film. Each toy also has features kids can use for study time. 

Jolly Kids can help SpongeBob SquarePants catch jellyfish by moving his hat up and down to move his net. They can also draw and measure lines with a handy rule by unfolding his hat. They can also have creative playtime with the help of Patrick Star as they watch his hands flap every time they use the stamp to decorate paper, or use Gary the Snail’s adhesive tape on his back.

Kids can also help Mr. Krabs greet new Krusty Krab customers by rotating his left arm and use the eraser stored inside, while Sandy Cheeks does a karate chop every time her pencil sharpener is used.

Even ill-tempered Squidward is ready to help with the pen attached to him and the circular base which can be used as a guide in drawing circles to form Spirograph art.

The Jolly Kiddie Meal toy comes with every purchase of a Yumburger (P80), Yumburger Meal with drink (P100), Jolly Spaghetti (P95), Jolly Spaghetti Meal with drink (P105), one-piece Burger Steak (P95), one-piece Burger Steak Meal with drink (P105), one-piece Chickenjoy with rice (P127), or one-piece Chickenjoy Meal with drink (P142). Get the entire set with an order of six-piece Chickenjoy Bucket (P649). The toys are available in all Jollibee stores until Sept. 30. 

Topics: SpongeBob SquarePants , Patrick Star , Mr. Krabs , Jollibee , Jolly Kiddie Meal
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