Stacking and Nesting Colorful Cups (and knocking them down of course!) is an old time toddler tradition.Best part? Learning is cleverly designed as play no matter what age!Here are some of the benefits:FINE MOTOR SKILLS - Introducing stackable and nesting cups to your baby will help develop their hand-eye coordinationwhile introducing concepts of size relationships. For example, the smaller cup will fit inside the larger cup but not vice versa.BALANCE and GROSS MOTOR SKILLS - From age 6 months babies learn to sit and gain postural stability. Sitting up while stacking allows babies to get used to stabilizing their core as they move about and use their hands.LANGUAGE CONCEPTS - When it comes to working on language skills, you can use anything as an opportunity to learn new words and concepts, and stacking toys are no exception. Sizing and Comparison - Use the different sizes to help your child identify big, little, Large, small... Colors and Counting - Children internalize and absorb everything they hear. while playing with your child name the colors and count while stacking. Sequencing - Use this as an opportunity to teach your child sequence, first the bun, then the ketchup, next goes the mustard followed by some lettuce and finally the other half of the bun to top it off!CREATIVE PLAY - Use the pieces to scoop and pour water for bath time fun, to scoop beans, rice, etc. during sensory play.Alternatively, you can take these along to the beach and have fun building sand castles.Enjoy!!!
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