The First Years Stack'em Up Cups Reviews
Product Type: The First Years baby products
Newest Review: ... Kai doesn't care! We use these all the time, Kai is always either banging them together or carrying one around with him, or ... more
Customer The First Years Stack'em Up Cups Reviews (13)
by - written on 12/12/08 (Very useful, 92 readings)
These are such simple toys, but great to get yours and your childs imagination going. Most toys these days you don't need any imagination as it does everything for you. You have to make your own fun with the stacking cups though. Majority of toys now have buttons to press so it sings, zooms along the floor, claps, dances. But these simple stacking cups do nothing unless you do something with them. I think they are great for your little ones to get their own minds working, and also for you to interact and play with them. You can buy these from most toy shops now, all different designs and colours and they are always a good sturdy plastic so not easy to break. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/08 (Very useful, 199 readings)
My best friend has three children and all of her kids love to play with these. There has always been a version of these out for as long as I remember. They may have changed slightly but the main design and objective is still the same. =====So what are they?===== They are known mostly as 'stack em up cups' but I have heard of these with different names. Basically they are cups of all different sizes and colours that you can stack on top of each other or for easy storage they can be packed away inside each other, kind of like one of those Russian Dolls that you can hide inside of each other. =====What can you do with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/08 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Stacking cups are one of the simplest toys you can buy your baby and i have to say it's one of the toys we've had the most fun with. ~~~The product~~~ These stacking cups are made from plastic and there are eight of them in total. They are all numbered and vary in colour depending on which set you buy. In our case, the number 8 is the biggest and 1 the smallest. We have them in blue, yellow, orange, green, dark green, violet, dark purple and red. I think it's a great idea of having them different colours and sizes so your baby can experience new things with each cup. The cups can stack inside each other for nice easy storage or you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/01, updated on 04/05/01 (Very useful, 220 readings)
I was given Infant Stacking Cups as a gift for my son. They are recommended for 8 months and up but my son was enjoying these at six months and still is at 18 months old. At six months he would pick them up which helped with grasping. He also would look at them for at least 30 minutes turning them over and over. He noticed the patterns on the bottom of the cups and would pick at them and rub them with his fingers. About two weeks after that he was having fun with the cups when mommy would place things inside the cups for him. He would sit down immediately and forget he was fussy. He wanted to figure out how to get what I had put in the cups back out of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
My son has a set of The First Years Stack'em Up Cups which he played with in the bath, in the garden, in the house, on the beach etc. and so they are very versatile and so they are something that can help your child to play and explore in many situations. I bought them for £3.49 on Amazon (www.amazon.co.uk) about 2 years ago, although they were second hand when I bought them and so I imagine if you buy them new they will be considerably more than this. Essentially they are just little plastic pots which are different sizes and colours which children can play with. The can be filled up with water, sand, mud etc. as well as stacked on top of each other if they ... Read the complete review
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