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- Order number: 510079
- EAN: 4008600209393
- Manufacturer product ID: 10.255.254
Bottle body made of high-quality stainless steel
- Double-walled stainless steel cup body keeps beverages warm or cool longer
- Highest stainless steel quality (18/8 stainless steel): durable, odourless and tasteless
- Easy transition to independent drinking thanks to soft silicone spout with Anti-Colic Air System
- Leak-proof for on the go
- For children from 6 to 18 months, 125 ml content
NUK Learner Cup stainless steel, bottle body made of high-quality stainless steel, durable and hygienic, 125ml
Do you also love to be outside with your little ones? Every day the little ones gather impressions and experience new things. The NUK Learner Cup stainless steel is a drinking bottle that is perfect for these trips.
Always a drink at the right temperature
The cup body made of double-walled stainless steel keeps the drink warm - or cool - for up to an hour and a half and thus ensures that tea or water is available for the children at the required temperature even when they are out and about. Thanks to the innovative material, the cup is nevertheless very light. The use of an additional insulating cover is not necessary.
Durable and high quality
The cup body is made of stainless steel of the highest quality - an uncoated material that is not only durable but also odourless and tasteless.
|Prevents colic |
The improved Anti-Colic Air System provides a natural food flow - so your baby can drink relaxed without swallowing air.
Practical and hygienic
For cleaning you can simply put the cup into the dishwasher.
Familiar drinking experience for children aged 6 months and over
The NUK Learner Cup is equipped with a leak-proof silicone drinking spout that is particularly soft and features the proven Anti-Colic Air System. It is suitable for children from about six to 18 months and creates a pleasant, familiar drinking sensation. Like all NUK First Choice bottles, the Learner Cup is equipped with ergonomically shaped handles that allow small children's hands to grip and hold it well.
The NUK Learner Cup stainless steel - durable, hygienic, innovative - and perfect for on the go!
|age group:||6 - 18 Months|
|Material:||Bisphenol-A free, silicone, stainless steel|
Learn to drink
Your baby is optimally equipped for the ingestion of food already in the moment of birth from nature. The baby doesn't have to learn to drink, the sucking reflex makes sure of that. It becomes more complicated when the time comes to drink from a cup. In this article you will find out how you can best support your baby.
Learning to drink: When is it time?
You may wonder when the best time is for your baby to learn to drink from a cup or mug on its own. As long as you feed your baby only milk, it is usually not necessary to give him additional drinks. Only with the introduction of complementary foods, and the elimination of some drinking meals, should you offer your baby more and more liquid.
As with most developmental steps, your baby will learn when to drink and when to do it. As a rule, babies between the ages of 10 and 12 months are ready to learn to drink from a cup. For example, you can see your baby's willingness to hold various objects safely and easily, to reach for your mug, or to try to imitate your movements when you drink.
As a temporary solution and intermediate step on the way from the bottle to the cup you can fall back on a so-called drinking cup. It has a special attachment with a teat that allows the baby to drink from the cup in a similar way to drinking from the bottle. Often these drinking cups have handles that make it easier for your baby to hold the cup. However, you should make sure that your offspring does not suck on the cup all the time, just like a bottle, because in extreme cases permanent sucking can have a negative effect on the development of the jaw and teeth, among other things.
Learn to drink step by step
Just as with the introduction of solid food, the baby should gradually learn to drink independently. You can therefore first give your baby an empty cup to play with, so that he or she can familiarise himself or herself with the item in this way. Babies are also passionate about imitating parents' movements and activities. So at the beginning you can playfully increase your baby's interest in a cup.
Since the first attempts at learning to drink are unlikely to go smoothly, it is important to keep a few things in mind and take the necessary safety precautions:
- Start learning to drink with little fluid. This can reduce the risk of your baby swallowing or spilling too much.
- To make it easier for your baby to drink, you can put him upright on your lap. In this position it cannot swallow so easily and you have better control over the whole process.
- When the baby learns to drink from a normal cup, the material of which the vessel is made is also an important factor. For the first experiences, plastic cups with rounded edges are best, as they can easily withstand even rough landings. You should avoid glass or porcelain in the first time rather, since your child can injure itself at it under circumstances easily.
- Don't pressure your child. Take as much time as you need. If your baby doesn't show enough interest in drinking from the cup on the first try, just try again some time later. It is very important that you have sufficient patience for the learning process. You shouldn't expect your child to have a perfect command of drinking from a cup right from the start. There's probably a lot of spilling at first. But even such "misadventures" are part of the learning process, which is why you should give your child as much freedom as possible. Of course, you may still intervene if your little one should do it too colorfully. But don't blame him, because that would only discourage your baby from continuing to learn to drink.
Tip: Unsweetened, still water is best for learning to drink. It quenches thirst, has no negative effect on tooth development and also leaves no stains on the clothing if the drinking attempts become somewhat more turbulent.