Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cup Stacker Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher-Price / Type: Push, Pull & Roll / Includes 10 colourful cups to grasp, stack or nest, with grooved ... more
Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cup Stacker ... surfaces for a snug fit and easy stacking. Different colours, sizes and numbers help build early identification skills. A smiling jingle ball nests inside any cup, or fits on top of a whole stack! General information: Size H22.2, W18, D13.1cm. For ages 6 months and over.
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Customer Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cup Stacker Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/08/13 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I bought the Fisher Price Stack and Roll cup stacker for my daughter's first birthday without really looking at them, thinking that they were just traditional stacking cups. However I was pleasantly surprised to find that they do so much more! These were bought from Argos, who currently (and have done for some years) have a selection of toys on a 2 for £15 offer. This meant that instead of paying the full price of £9.99, I was able to buy them for £7.50 with another toy. However I do think that they are worth paying full price for. Instead of being traditionally cup shaped (cylindrical with a flat base), these stacking cups are domed, and come in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Recently Jayden has really got into stacking things, he will try to stack anything he can no matter what the shape, he has a bath toy which comes with 4 stacking cups and he loves these so I decided to have a look around for a larger set of stacking cups. I bought the Fisher Price Stack and Roll Cups, these were ideal for what I wanted, they are a larger set of stacking cups but can also be used for other things. Packaging The Fisher Price Stack and Roll Cups come in a white and blue cardboard box, at the top of the box is the Fisher Price logo with the name of the product at the bottom, next to this is the age that this product is suitable for. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 66 readings)
The toy My children have a number of different stacking toys. I find they are one of those toys that every child should have, as they are simple but really help them master fine motor skills. They are also attractive to a large age group so can be used for a long time. My son received these stacking cups for Christmas and they have been a huge hit since. With the set you receive 10 stacking cups and a smiley face rattle ball. Each of the cups is bright in colour, so it instantly attracts little ones attention. They also have 1-10 printed on the sides for early introduction to numbers. This is great for slightly older children as it means they know number 1 ... Read the complete review
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