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The First Years Stacking Up Cups
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- 8 brightly colored cups stack together
- Large numbers embossed on bottom of cups to practice counting & number recognition
- Multiple ways to play!
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Stack and Count Cups
When building baby's toy collection, start with the classics! Nesting cups are popular for a reason, offering simple-yet-fun ways to play. Children love to fit them together, stack them up, or turn them over and hide things underneath. These eight colorful cups have large numbers embossed on the base so an older child can practice counting and begin building number recognition skills. You can 'count' on hours of fun!
Set includes 8 colorful cups, each in a different size, plus a bonus link.
These cups nest together for developmental stacking play, developing hand-eye coordination and building problem solving skills.
The cups are embossed with numbers on the base to practice counting. For fun in the tub, each cup has unique holes in the bottom for water play fun. Fill them up and watch the water trickle out of the bottom!
Remove all plastic fastners and discard immediately.
Links intended for attaching toys, not for teething.
Attention: plastic bag can be dangerous. To avoid keep this bag away from babies and children.
To clean: Wash before initial use. Wash in warm water using mild liquid soap. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Important: Drain and dry after each use.
Top Customer Reviews
At the present time, our boy is 15 months old. Now he takes the stack apart, arranges the cups on a flat place, goes back to get them and put them back together in the proper order. I sometimes mix them up on his flat place and turn a few upside down. He immediately goes to the pile and sorts them out in the proper orientation and order and rebuilds the stack. Then he smiles at his accomplishment. It's rather amazing.
He seems to find the cups endlessly fascinating. When he's whiny or grumpy, I give him the stack and that immediately grabs his attention. We take them everywhere. In the bath. In the car. It's a simple and inexpensive delight.
They are very simple, inexpensive, and we take them everywhere. They fit easily in the diaper bag.
She loves to bang them together and she also likes to hear how her voices changes when she talks in the larger ones.
This was one of her first toys and started playing with them at 6 months. She is 10 months now and enjoys putting them inside of each other. She also likes to use them as a teether.
* easy to stack cups inside one another
* need to stack cups in exact descending order in order to create a tower (if you don't stack the number 7 cup, the number 6 cup will not sit correctly on the 8)
* it's top rack dishwasher safe! Woo hoo- so if you have kids like mine, they pretend they are drinking out of the cups, you don't have to be hand washing the cups all of the time
* develops concentration and fine motor skills
* I wish they would have chosen primary and secondary colors, and ordered the cups according to the color wheel
* I find it odd that they didn't include ten cups, there are only eight in the set
I am marking them down a star for either not being BPA free or not listing they are BPA free. I checked the tag and there’s nothing on there about BPA. I will not be letting my son put these in his mouth and shame on the company for not making BPA free products. My only other very tiny gripe is there are 2 yellow cups, it would be nice if there were no repeating colors. That’s definitely not a big deal, but it seems like they could’ve done a dark purple or teal or something other than repeating a color. There are two picutres on the Amazon page of cups that are 2 different color schemes. The set we received is: yellow, pink, light blue, dark blue, green, yellow, orange and purple. Other than those two issues, this is a very simple and enjoyable toy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One year old grandson is in the throw everything stage so he throws these and we gather them up. If you stack them or stack blocks, he will knock them over. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Uniquelyroos
awesome for special needs granddaughter to learn skills of size and colorPublished 3 days ago by Ronald C. Woods
They were a bit smaller than I anticipated them being, but other than that, baby loves them!Published 5 days ago by Jeanene Roeck
Such a simple toy, but he absolutely loves them. Mostly he likes it when I stack them in a tower and he knocks them down. But they are also great toys in the tub.Published 6 days ago by Beck_Ives