Remember the transition from sippy cup to proper cup and how messy to have water sloshing everywhere as your tot learned to control a cup? Clumsy toddler hands means most parents opt for plastic cups for little ones at this stage, but now you don’t have to.
Kupp is the ultimate solution to the endless collection of plastic cups in the sink at the end of the day. Fed up with this scenario, Kate Oliver, a mum-of-three and the designer of Kupp, created the ultimate solution in her glass training cup. The Kupp encourages children from the age of three to learn coordination, independence and responsibilty in caring for their very own glass – or at least that’s the idea. Personally, I recommend locking all other cups away to encourage less washing up!
A 180ml capacity, it’s the perfect size for small hands and tummies and the glass is encased in a snug BPA free silicone cover, complete with a grippy handle for extra holding security. The wide base makes it easy for learners to place a cup carefully on a surface without fear of knocking it over, doing wonders for their confidence.
The Kupp is available in red, orange, green, blue and violet for US$16.99 each or buy four for US$61. Head on over The Kupp to purchase.