|Product Dimensions||8.89 x 8.26 x 6.35 cm; 136.08 Grams|
|Item model number||Y2341F|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Safety warning||Remove all plastic fastners and discard immediately.<br>Links intended for attaching toys, not for teething.<br>Attention: plastic bag can be dangerous. To avoid keep this bag away from babies and children.|
|Minimum weight recommendation||0.14 Pounds|
|Maximum weight recommendation||20 Pounds|
|Care instructions||Dishwasher safe|
|Number Of Items||8|
|Item Weight||136 g|
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The First Years Stack Up Cups
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|Brand||The First Years|
|Age range (description)||Kid|
|Number of pieces||9|
|Educational objective||Team Building Skills, Counting Skills|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||8.9 x 8.3 x 6.4 centimeters|
About this item
- 8 brightly colored cups stack together
- Large numbers embossed on bottom of cups to practice counting and number recognition
- Multiple ways to play!
Frequently bought together
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.
From the manufacturer
- 8 bright colored cups stack together
- Large numbers on the bottom to practice counting & number recognition
- Water play fun with holes in the bottom
- Made without BPA, lead or phthalates
- For Ages 6 months and up
The First Years Stack Up Cup Toys
Pack of 8
When building baby's toy collection, start with these classics! Nesting cups are popular for offering simple-yet-fun ways to play. Children love to fit them together, stack them up, turn them over and hide things underneath. These eight colorful toy cups have large numbers embossed on the base so an older child can practice counting and begin building number recognition skills. Each cup has unique holes in the bottom for water play fun. Fill them up and watch the water trickle out of the bottom!
Develop Hand-Eye Coordination
Unique Holes in the Bottom for Water Play
Promotes Problem Solving Skills
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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.
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By Anastasia Chtcherbakova on October 21, 2019
I was just looking for a fun bath toy and feel like I got way more than I expected with these, and we've used them so much over the last year. Probably the best value for $$ spent of any toy we bought.
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These cups are frickin' amazing and versatile. Light enough for young babies to handle, sturdy enough for older babies and toddlers to beat on, no sharp corners, compact and easy to travel with, and they make a really satisfying clattering noise when you knock them down, unlike those soft blocks.
Yeah, I hear you saying, "Oh, they're just a bunch of stupid plastic cups. How exciting could they possibly be? What do you even DO with them??" Everything. Check it out.
- Nest 'em, of course
- Stack 'em, of course, in all kinds of ways. Either biggest on the bottom or smallest on the bottom, in order or out of order, one tower or multiple towers. At first you stack them and the baby knocks them down, but older babies can stack and nest them themselves
- Chew on the rim, because teeth
- Hide the small cup under the big ones
- Put a small cup inside a bigger one and rattle it
- Roll them - they go in a circle and come back because of the rim
- Bang them together
- Bang them on the floor
- Drive them across the floor
- Float and sink them in the tub
- Pour water in and out of them
- Balance them on your head and let the baby laugh at you
- Teach sizes, colors, and numbers
- Pretend they are anything. Cars, turtles, cooking pots, phones, whatever
Just buy them. Your kid will know what to do.
They are fine & easy for little hands to hold - as they are truly tiny, just not the quality & size I was expecting.