Disclosure: I received a complimentary “Battat Sort and Stack” through the Amazon Vine Program in exchange for my review. All opinions are 100% my own. This post may contain affiliate links.
Kids love to sort things. My son ordered a kids snack at the theatre and he began to sort and group his treats before the movie started!
Younger kids may prefer to sort and stack the “Battat Sort and Stack Cups”. The tower stands approximately 27.5 inches when the cups are stacked on top of each other.
The “Sort and Stack” playset comes with 10 stacking cups, 1 shape sorter lid, 8 shapes and 1 sticker sheet.
Let’s get the not so good thing out of the way first. The sticker sheet is very disappointing. It was wrinkled and creased in the box and the number 1 has already lost it’s ‘sticky’. I would have liked to see the stickers rolled into the cup or some with the stickers already applied.
The stickers are fun, adding variety and colour to the cups. They have different themes and your little one can see the number both numerically and graphically.
If you choose to apply the stickers be sure to decide which way is up before you apply them.
The stacking cups can be used in the bathtub and even the beach. If you plan on getting the cups wet, you may not wish to apply the stickers. To wash the cups use a gentle soap and hand wash.
Battat toys are made free from BPA, Phthalate and lead. Each toy is 100% non-toxic and passes all USA, all Canadian, and European toxicity and safety tests.
The bottom of each cup has numbers moulded into the top. They are difficult to see.
Each cup in the set has a ridge to set the pieces on to prevent them from sliding around.
Flip the largest cup over and all the cups can easily nest inside for storage. The bottom bucket has a carry handle and a shape sorter lid.
The lid has 4 shapes that the blocks easily fit into.
There are 8 different blocks: 2 circles, 2 triangles, 2 stars and 2 squares.
The cups and shapes fit neatly in the bucket for storage.
The beauty of the “Battat Sort and Stack” is found in its simplicity. It helps your little one learn hand-eye coordination, logical thinking, colours and counting.