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Stack & Count Cups - 8 pack
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
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. Ours have large numbers embossed on the base so an older child can practicing counting and begin building number recognition skills. Dishwasher-safe. 8-pack. Recommended for infants and toddlers.
Large numbers on base of each cup
Practice counting and number skills
Includes 8 cups
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28 of 28 found the following review helpful:
A Simple and Inexpensive Delight.Jan 07, 2010
By Gary Peterson
What a simple toy! At first I couldn't visualize how a baby (my first) could find a set of stacking cups interesting and enjoyable. Well, at first all he did was scatter them about. Then he started banging things with them. Then he started holding them in his hands and walking around with them as if he had hooves. Finally, he started to study them and spent a lot of time at this activity.
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.
15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
My Daughter Loves TheseSep 14, 2007
By S. Garcia
This is one of my daughter's favorite toys.
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.
13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Stacking cups are a must haveOct 17, 2007
By Karen R. Swanay
"subjective interpretation is personal reality"
Stacking cups are a favorite with almost all children. These are smaller than I thought they would be but are still good. Additionally, they all have holes in the bottom so they can be played with in the bathtub but not hold water. I'm very happy with my purchase.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Must-haveDec 02, 2009
We got these cups for our now-11 month old when he was about 7 months and they instantly became his favorite toy. They exert an odd, Svengali-like power over him: if he sees them, he'll reach for them in preference to pretty much any other toy, no matter how many tunes, flashing lights or levers it may have. They're also cheap and easy to throw in a travel bag. He's too small to stack them but loves to fish them out of each other, bang them together, and knock them over when we stack them. The holes in the bottom also make them interesting in the bath: he enjoys watching the water trickle out in multiple streams. I can't overstate, or for that matter explain, the appeal of this toy.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Small cupsJun 22, 2010
By Thrilled Mama
The smallest cup is SMALL - maybe an inch in diameter. The colors are different than the ones in the picture and I would have preferred that the colors went in order of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, etc) but that's my own OCD. I will look for bigger cups to make stacking easier.
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