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The First Years Stacking Up Cups
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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: 3.52 ounces
- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 3.2 x 2.5 inches
- UPC: 071463023417 060578039123 885972655911 703510475701 885761582534 719040154788 726983030079 885961399864 885583243095 885274148739 885826144400 885848963010 885674098269
- Item model number: Y2341F
- Safety warning: 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.
- Target gender: Unisex
- Material Type: Plastic
- Care instructions: Dishwasher safe
- Batteries required: No
- Dishwasher safe: No
- Is portable: No
A Cup of Tea? Too Early.. But These Will Do 🙂
Great for early education, even for a 9 month old. To my surprise, these were yet another inexpensive toy we could afford along with other purchases without breaking the bank. Simple fun without being too complicated for fast and easy learning. The cup sizes and material are made well enough even for our daughter to grab a hold of the largest with ease. Also, because they’re lightweight and stackable, they can be put away very easily. Easy to clean and can’t hide any dirt or grim in unwanted places. Smooth design allows cups to slide in and out without getting stuck. Each is numbered, and has a unique pattern imprinted on the bottom. Overall, very pleased with the quality and price.
Fantastic open-ended toy for all ages
I originally bought these stacking cups after reading on a blog about how this type of toy can encourage many developmental play experiences for young children. Who would have thought that something so simple as various sized cups could be such a hit! My 7 month old daughter fell in love with them as soon as I showed them to her. They are easy for her to grip and mouth which is perfect for her at this point. During tummy time play she bats the cups while they are on their sides and watches them roll across the floor. So many different skills are being developed just through simple interaction and play with this open-ended toy. For parents like myself who also want to get the most bang for their buck, these stacking cups can be used well into a child’s toddler, preschool and kindergarten years depending on how you go about using them.
I don’t have any good pictures of her playing with them
My bunny loves these. She knocks over the towers I build, pushes them around and tosses them. They are incredibly durable, so other rabbit owners out there, you can rest assured your bun won’t bite through them. It’s a toy I trust her with unsupervised. I don’t have any good pictures of her playing with them, but here’s one of them scattered around her after an exhausting play-session.
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.
For any age
My 8 month old son likes playing with them.
The best $4 I have ever spent!
Such a simple and inexpensive toy that has entertained my 10 month old so much and has been his most used toy so far. He has been playing with these since about 5/6 months old and he just comes up with new ways to enjoy them which has been so much fun to watch him discover. He started by just grabbing them and tasting them. Now he puts them inside of each other, looks for other toys to fit inside them, and pretending to drink out of them. I know this is a long review for a $4 item, but I really want to express how great such a simple toy can be. I will be buying this as an add on for every baby gift/shower that I need!
Multiple uses for various ages!
These are a great price and such a staple toy! I have seen them enjoyed by kids from baby to 3 years old. They are vivid colors and so fun. A few things I didn’t know when ordering them:
Baby LOOOOVES cups!
Babies LOVE colors and babies LOVE stacking cups! So, of course, I love them. The only downfall with these awesome cups that baby just loves to bang, chew, sort, fit together, take apart, throw, hold and just look at is that at least one, if not a few of them, always go missing! But, baby doesn’t mind! So, how can I? The little ring link was pretty cool too, you can never have too many of those. I take that back, you probably can! lol! but, when you have a baby, you need easily accessible toys ready to grab EVERYWHERE, or you’ll be running around trying to find some while telling baby, “it’s ok! Don’t cry! I’m looking for your rings!” -or- “I’m looking for your cups!” If you are expecting a baby, or someone you know is, or you already have a baby and you don’t have any stacking cups, get some! And while you’re at it, get some linking rings, baby will thank you with the contentment of intense curiosity and focused play.
Great fun for mom too!
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!
A wonderful product for toddlers.
I bought these for my son when he first turned 1 and he couldn’t quite get the knack of them. He is now 3 and he still loves to play with these and stack them into towers and knock them over. They are the universal toy that they will never grow tired of. He takes them in the bathtub and will use them to pour water from and watch the water flow through the bottom of the cups. They have kept him busy for hours on end. We have come up with many different uses for our cup, and also even used them as beach toys.
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