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Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups
Baby can learn so much through basic play, and these stackable, nestable, fit-together-and-roll-around cups offer endless versatility for lots of enriching discoveries. Includes 10 colorful cups to grasp, stack or nest, with grooved surfaces for a snug fit and easy stacking.

Different colors, sizes, and numbers help build early identification skills. A smiling jingle ball nests inside any cup, or fits on top of a whole stack. For ages 6 months to 3 years.
  • Baby stacking cup game
  • Encourages creative thinking as baby discovers new ways to play with the cups
  • No assembly required
  • Measures 7.1’’W x 8.7’’H x 5.2’’D
  • Weighs 1.1 lbs
  • For ages 6 months to 3 years
  • Made in China

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Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups
 
4.0

(based on 12 reviews)

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    (2)

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

More than just a stacking toy

Most stacking toys I've seen have been fairly simplistic: The objects stack, they might nest, but that's about it. This product consists of ten well-engineered plastic hemispheres that snap together in a variety...Read complete review

Most stacking toys I've seen have been fairly simplistic: The objects stack, they might nest, but that's about it. This product consists of ten well-engineered plastic hemispheres that snap together in a variety of ways, numbered 1 to 10, plus a metallic jingle ball head. The pieces stack or nest, as they should. Because of their shape and molded grooves, any two bowls will snap together; for instance, any of the 7, 8, 9 and 10 pieces will snap onto the 6 piece. Pieces are designed to snap together firmly enough to hold together, but lightly enough for an infant to pull them apart; for the most part, the reality lives up to the design, erring to the side of being too easy in some cases to pull apart. In addition, because they're hemispheres, any two consecutive pieces will snap together to form a ball. This allows you to create up to five balls of increasing size; it also allows for easy storage, because all of the balls (including the head) nest together. And of course, the bright pastel colors hold an infant's interest. My son enjoys banging the pieces together and knocking over my constructions. The hemispheres also have a flat spot at the end for stacking pieces end-to-end, but that tends to be unstable. The one improvement I would suggest is that some sort of grooving be added to the flat spots to allow better end-to-end stacking. However, there are so many other ways to play with these that this drawback is only a minor one.

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Frustrating toy

This toy was bought for my classroom. and while the colors and durability was very appealing, the children quickly became frustrated with it and moved on to other toys. They enjoy playing with...Read complete review

This toy was bought for my classroom. and while the colors and durability was very appealing, the children quickly became frustrated with it and moved on to other toys. They enjoy playing with the individual cups, and also when they are put together to form balls. However, this toy is very difficult to pull apart when nested all together. the children bring it to me and there are times that even I cannot get it apart!! they also cannot get them to stack together, they just seem to rounded for that, and the children can't get them to "click" in the grooves. Again they bring it to me to do. However, they do get a lot of socialization from wearing the individual cups as hats :)

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4.0

Good Quality

By Rebekahsmom

from MN

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

I received the bowls as a gift. They are durable and both my girls (4yrs and 7 months) enjoy playing with them. My only disappointment is that we only have even numbered bowls, so we cannot stack all of them. :( Otherwise this is a nice product with a lot of play value.

 
4.0

Multiply toys in one

By jode4u

from Rochelle,IL

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

Stacker, nesting cups, & balls in one affordable toy. Does hold a child's interest but not always for what the toy does. I find both of my younger kids "exploring" with this toy.Hiding other object in the balls or under the cups. Trying to stack, nest or just play.Love the bright colors & that they are numbered. They don't have to be in order to stack either. The only complaint I have is it can be hard to snap together for young ones. It is so easy to clean & doesn't take up a lot of space. Well worth every penny even if they never stack it all up the "right" way.

 
5.0

This was given to my ...

By roosmom

from Michigan

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

This was given to my daughter when she was one, and it has been one of the most versatile toys we have! At three, she still plays with it. The ball spends more time apart from the set than with it, being perfect for rolling down the hallway, but she loves to play with the spheres and use them as hiding places for finger puppets and other small toys.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Hard to play with

By MySourcesSay

from Minnesota

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

We thought these would be really fun for our LO. The pieces stick together very tough. we had to pry it open with a knife the first time. We figured once we used it a few times it would come apart easier. Not the case. If we cant even open it hoe is a baby supposed to.

 
2.0

Frustrating toy

By ToddlerTeacher

from Maryland

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

This toy was bought for my classroom. and while the colors and durability was very appealing, the children quickly became frustrated with it and moved on to other toys. They enjoy playing with the individual cups, and also when they are put together to form balls. However, this toy is very difficult to pull apart when nested all together. the children bring it to me and there are times that even I cannot get it apart!! they also cannot get them to stack together, they just seem to rounded for that, and the children can't get them to "click" in the grooves. Again they bring it to me to do. However, they do get a lot of socialization from wearing the individual cups as hats :)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

great concept

By little1mdl

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

I thought this product looked very versatile so I picked it up for my twins. It is a fine product when it is apart but even my husband has a hard time separating the pieces. My friend purchased the same product and has the complaint. The kids have fun with it but it is so hard to get it a part that it often gets put up and not used. On the plus side it is very durable.

 
5.0

My son's favourite toy

By IbuKate

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

This toy was given to my son when he was born. He is now 21 months and still loves playing with it. As his skill levels develop he is able to play with this toy in more sophisticated ways: stacking, rolling, spinning, sorting & When he was just 10 months old we went on a 6 week holiday and this was the only toy we took with him and he loved it.

 
5.0

Loves these

By GmanMommy

from Tomball, TX

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

My 1 year old son loves these cups! He loves to put other toys in them and walk around with them. When we make them into balls, he rolls them around. He's even learned to make them "hats" and will walk over and put one on your head. They are very versital and can be used in so many imaginative ways.

 
5.0

Another toy we got when ...

By LABBOO

from Berea, OH

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

Another toy we got when our daughter was probably a little older than would hold her interest in it, but when we do take it out on occasion, she really likes shaking the head or chasing after a rolling ball made of cups put together. Not big on the stacking though.

 
5.0

Best Baby toy

By Cryspix

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fisher-Price Stack and Roll Cups:

We purchased this toy for our third child, he's 7 months, the other two are 2 and 4. All three enjoy playing with this toy, they each play with it at their own level. It holds all of their interests, there are so many ways to play with it. It is the most versitile toy, to entertain a 7 month old and 4 year old. Something the baby will grow with.

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