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Classic toys like nesting cups are all-time favorites because they offer all kinds of fun. Children love to fit them together, to stack them up to build a pyramid, to put things in then take them out, to turn them over and hide things underneath. Cups have large numbers embossed on the base so an older child can practice counting and begin building number recognition skills. Dishwasher-safe.
- Item Weight: 4.8 ounces
- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 3.2 x 2.5 inches
- Origin: China
- UPC: 071463023417 703510475701 726983030079
- Item model number: Y2341F
- Target gender: Unisex
- Material Type: Plastic
- Care instructions: Dishwasher safe
- Number of items: 1
- Batteries required: No
Great fun for mom too!
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I am probably enjoying these more than my 5 month old son! Given he’s a little young to really play with them yet. We enjoy stacking them and eating them!! They have holes in the bottom of the cups which will make them fun for bath time. Most of the holes are in shapes with the numbers of sides corresponding with the number on the cup – but not all (ex. the cup with the 4 on it would have 4 squares on it). And yes, I did stack cups on my sons head – it’s a fun game. I think my record is 3 or 4 before he tips them off!
Small but Sturdy
Sturdy plastic. Each cup has a number on the bottom in addition to different shaped holes (corresponding to the number) in the bottom (1 heart, 2 arc, 3 triangle, 4 square, 5 pentagon, 6 hexagon, 7 star, and 8 circle shaped holes going from the smallest size to the biggest). My colors were different than those pictured (Orange, Green, Purple, Yellow, Pink, Dark Blue, Yellow, Light Blue were the colors in order from smallest to biggest). Would make fun bath toys. MUCH smaller than expected! Cups stand about 3.5″ tall when sitting one inside of the other. The biggest cup is only about 2.5″ across and the smallest is about 1.5″ across.
Some of her favorite playthings
I’ve ordered three sets so far. My granddaughter loves these cups. She has some in her playroom, some in the bathtub and my daughter carries some in a diaper bag. Plus, I have a set at my house too! She pretends they are cups and pretend drinks from them. Since they have holes in the bottom, she uses them in the bath to spray/dribble water. She will nest them or stack them and knock them over in her playroom. She uses them as holders for other objects–they’re some of her favorite playthings.
Great toy for your baby!
Bought this as an Easter present for my 6 month old. He LOVES this toy. Plays it it all the time..all pieces at once and some just individual pieces. He chews on them, throws them, taps them,etc. Each piece has a series of holes in the bottom of the cup..a star, 2 hearts, three dots, etc.so you can also play in water with them. A great buy and he’ll continue to play with these as actual stacking cups as he grows and develops skills.
Hubby and I bought these for our little one, and she absolutely LOVES these! They are great for developmental play, encouraging cause and effect, and for counting. There a little designs/holes in each cup to allow for water play as well. From what I can gather, these are BPA and Phalatae free but do not take my word for it. We sanitized these in some Odoban and washed them prior to letting our daughter play with it for safety.
For the price and uses, what’s not to like?
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For the price and the utility you get from these, these cups will be a much used set in your toy collection. Great for when infants get to the stage of hiding things underneath, teething and just appreciating things of different sizes. They stack better as shown in the pictures; with the cups inside each other. These cups do stack to form a tower however it isn’t the strongest of structures and the slightest nudge will make all cups come tumbling. Not the best if at the point of teaching about building and height. Hence the 4 star review. Better toys do this. But I can totally live with this given all the other uses; including bath time fun.
Great toy for babies…. simple, fun, easy
Great toy for babies… daughter has been playing with since she was 6 months old and at a year still gravitates toward them. Only hiccup I have is that they are a tight fit to stack (in making a tower) so that skill has been hard for baby. Other than that… she loves them and they are a easy go to as they are quiet (no rattles, noises, etc), they wash easy, and could even go in the tub as they drain… if you are stumped on a gift… this would be a good one for new baby houses.
Perfect Baby Gift!
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Super cute cups, just what I was hoping for. Nice weight and feel, not cheap and flimsy. Bottom has a lip to help with stacking and each cup has a number and cute shaped cut outs for playing in water. Fun for tub or out. I would like to have seen another color besides two yellows though.
Lots of fun
These are my child’s favorite toy! She carries them around everywhere and I am constantly picking them up from random rooms of the house. I bought them for her when she was 6 months, and she was able to sit and knock them together or take them apart. It is fun watching her begin to sort them at 9 months and watch as she puts them together. They are also great in the bath, as each cup has small evenly spaced holes that let the water trickle out. A great buy 🙂
Simple toys are the best
Such a simple toy, but one of her go-to favorites. These cups, though very simple in nature have helped my baby continue to develop her fine motor skills and spacial recognition. She enjoys stacking and nesting them and likes putting her other small toys inside them and under them. I always take these along when we go to grandmas and she loves sharing them. Great interactive toy that we enjoy playing with her.
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