Big Hugs Elmo

from Hasbro


  • Sesame Street Elmo, Dora the Explorer, and SpongeBob Bubble Toys
  • Playskool Sesame Street On the Go with Friends Bus
  • Sesame Street Dip n Blow Bubbles
  • Playskool Sesame Street Elmo's On the Go Letters
  • Sesame Street No-Spill Mini Bubble Bucket (Elmo)
  • Sesame Street No-Spill Mini Bubble Bucket (Cookie Monster)
  • Sesame Street Bubblin Blast Elmo
  • Cookie Monster's Challenge
  • Sesame Street Elmo Toy Box
  • The Monster at the End of This Book eBook


  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

  • 4 AA batteries required
    TTPM Is Always On With


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

Sesame Street fans can give Elmo lots of hugs and get hugs back with Big Hugs Elmo. When you give Big Hugs Elmo a hug, Elmo will hug you back and say fun phrases or sing a song about hugs. When Elmo is turned upside down, Elmo says more fun phrases. Elmo also loves to play and will invite kids to play along when they press Elmo's left foot. Pressing Elmo's left foot will activate one of four imagination activities: astronauts, rabbits, frogs, or horses. Just move Elmo around to get the pretend adventure started. Elmo might also ask kids to dance with him as he sings. Kids can also lay Big Hugs Elmo down in a flat position. Elmo will become sleepy, sing a lullaby, and make sleeping sound effects. To wake up Elmo, press his left foot. If it really is your child's naptime or bedtime, you can turn Big Hugs Elmo to Sleep Mode. Elmo will get tired, sing a lullaby, and then go quiet. Just move the switch back to the Play position when it's time to play again.

Is It Fun?

Big Hugs Elmo is so cute. This toy does so many different things and really engages kids in lots of interactive and imaginative play with a favorite character. Kids who love Elmo will love giving and receiving lots of big hugs from Elmo.

Who It’s For

Big Hugs Elmo is for ages 18 months to 4 years.

What To Be Aware Of

Four AA batteries are required but not included.

Store Elmo on its back or upright with arms in a natural resting position. Do not leave Elmo with arms bent for long periods of time.