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Sippy cups help your baby take charge. And thanks to their spill-proof tops, gentle spouts, and little handles, these cups make the transition from breast or bottle easier and less messy. Based on recommendations from parents in the BabyCenter Community, plus our editors' research and experience, we found the sippy cups moms and dads love most. Read on for all the BabyCenter Love It Award winners for the best sippy cups.

  • The Munchkin Miracle 360 lets kids sip successfully from anywhere on the spoutless rim by simply tilting the cup and sucking on the edge. Once your child stops sucking, the valve reseals itself and won't spill if your little one decides to chuck it on the floor. Parents like that it's easy to clean, since there are no spouts, straws, or other extra parts. The design is dental-health friendly and helps kids develop muscles that are used for drinking. And if you're avoiding plastic, there's a (more expensive) stainless-steel version of this cup.

    Heads up

    There is a silicone ring on the lid that is hard to see, but you'll need to remove it for cleaning so mold doesn't form. Also, some kids may need help figuring out how to use the cup since there's no spout.

    Parents say

    "The 360 cup works really well for us. My baby loves it so much!"

    "I really like these cups. It gives my child experience with a large cup and teaches kids how to drink out of a cup without a straw."

    "Great cup – the best sippy we have. It doesn't splash liquids when dropped on a hard floor."

    Specs

    • BPA-free
    • Easy-grip handles
    • Top-rack dishwasher safe
    • For babies 6 months and up
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    This spill-proof sippy cup has a soft, nipple-like spout that's gentle on little mouths and perfect for transitioning smoothly from breast or bottle. A nifty vent prevents your child from getting too much air while sipping, and the easy-grip, removable handles are ergonomically designed to help little hands keep hold of their milk or water. This cup comes complete with a handy cap to keep the spout clean on the go.

    Heads up

    The spill-proof feature makes for a slower flow, which may frustrate some babies and toddlers.

    Parents say

    "I bought this cup to transition my baby from the bottle, and it only took a day for her to switch over. It's perfect for tiny hands. Also, it doesn't leak!"

    "My daughter loves the Nuk Learner Cup! She accepted it right away."

    Specs

    • BPA-free
    • Removable handles
    • Dishwasher safe
    • For babies 6 months and up
  • This cup is vacuum insulated and keeps liquids cold for up to 12 hours. Since it's not made of plastic, the cup is slightly heavier – but it's contoured to fit easily into your child's small hands. It's got a non-slip base, making it harder for your tike to swipe it off the table, and the hard spout resists the wear and tear of little teeth. As a bonus, the stainless steel inhibits the growth of bacteria, making it easier for parents to keep clean.

    Heads up

    Though the cup is stainless steel, the lid and spout are made of plastic. Also, though it's from Thermos, you can't use it for hot liquids.

    Parents say

    "We love that this keeps all of our son's drinks cold and that it's just as spill-proof as any other sippy cup we've tried. After going through the sippy cup drama of trying six different brands, we finally found the best ones for our family."

    "This is my first stainless-steel cup, and I'm never going back to plastic! These are so much better. We never had a stinky cup issue even when these got lost in the car for a few days; the smell washes out completely and easily."

    Specs

    • BPA-free
    • Top-rack dishwasher safe
    • For toddlers 12 months and up
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    This is the cup for toddlers who live to test limits and turn everything upside down and topsy-turvy. It has a weighted straw with a one-way valve that lets your child drink from any angle – even upside down – while the locked top keeps the liquid from spilling out. A flip top covers the straw, keeping it clean when not in use. The 7-ounce model has handles to help your child keep a good, tight "hands off, it's mine" grip on his beverage of choice.

    Heads up

    The click-lock lid can be overtwisted, making it hard to get off. The retractable straw cover can break if your child likes to use cups as projectiles. And the straw can leak if the cup becomes pressurized.

    Parents say

    "This amazing cup really helped my son transition from baby bottles to cups. It's easy to use and it comes with a handy brush to keep the straw nice and clean."

    "I have three of these and just purchased two more. They're great for my little one. The weighted straw is genius."

    Specs

    • BPA-free
    • Top-rack dishwasher safe
    • For babies 6 months and up
  • For the baby who insists on holding his bottle on his own, the Munchkin Latch can make the transition to a cup a little less frustrating. It's also loved by parents of babies who just won't take a bottle. The spout of this 4-ounce cup is super pliant and allows your baby to latch while drinking. A clever anti-colic valve works to eliminate air bubbles that can lead to crankiness. The handles are removable so the cup can grow with your baby. And the Latch transition cup and the Latch bottle have interchangeable tops, so you can easily transition to the cup's sippy-style spout when your baby is ready.

    Heads up

    Some parents say babies love the spout too much and end up chewing it.

    Parents say

    "I second all the moms who say their baby hated bottles but would drink from this! This may be a life-changer!"

    "My exclusively breastfed son wouldn't take any bottle. I spent hundreds on every brand of bottles and nothing worked until I purchased these."

    "My 7-month-old loves this transition cup! The flexible mouthpiece seems to be the closest thing to a breast."

    Specs

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    • BPA-free
    • Removable handles
    • Top-rack dishwasher safe
    • For babies 4 months and up
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    Playtex Sipsters are a good match for active toddlers 12 months and up. This tough cup can handle the occasional throwdown, with a promise not to leak, spill, or break. The double-wall feature insulates your toddler's beverage, keeping it cool and fresh for twice as long as a normal sippy cup would. This cup fits perfectly in most toddler hands, and the variety of fun designs are just plain cute.

    Heads up

    The cup's graphics are opaque, so it can be tough to see how much liquid is in there.

    Parents say

    "Sipsters work great with ice in them. I've fought with so many other cups and am finally sold on these. They're super cute!"

    "We love these straw cups for our 17-month-old. My son loves them too and got the hang of them instantly. They won't leak as long as you don't overfill them or leave them partially unscrewed."

    Specs

    • BPA-free
    • Dishwasher safe
    • For toddlers 12 months and up
  • Sippy cups – also called trainer cups and transition cups – are spill-proofto help babies drink on their own without frustration and mess. They're a helpful tool for transitioning your baby from breast or bottle to (eventually) a regular, open cup. They may also help your little one build hand-eye coordination and develop oral motor skills.

    You can find sippy cups with soft and hard spouts, straws, or flat lids with child-activated valves. Some cups are plastic, others are silicone, glass, or stainless steel. Training cups come in different sizes, depending on your baby's age and dexterity, and with or without handles.

    While most plastic sippy cups are BPA-free, just to be safe, don't let your child drink from a plastic cup or bottle that is scratched or damaged. Any plastic can leach chemicals. If you're worried about plastic, consider using steel or glass cups.

    One downside to sippy cups is that they can be hard to clean well. Liquid gets trapped in the nooks and crannies of the cup and its little parts, leading to bacteria and mold. If you can't wash a sippy cup right away after your child's done, try to rinse it out. Then take it apart later and give it a good scrubbing, or run it through the dishwasher (a dishwasher basket will help keep all the pieces together).

  • There's no magic age for introducing a sippy cup. Your baby may be ready to try some breast milk or formula in a cup as early as 6 months, or you may want to wait until your baby is a bit older.

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    But keep in mind that the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises phasing out bottles between 12 and 24 months. To do this, the AAP suggests making a quick pivot to serving all your toddler's beverages – like milk, juice, and water – in a sippy cup. Then, when your child can manage it around age 2, switch to an open cup (maybe one with handles).

    Though your baby or toddler may adore having a sippy and want to carry it everywhere, limit sippy cups to when your child is thirsty or during meals. Letting your child sip from her cup all day or take it to bed raises the risk of tooth decay.

  • FAQs

    What is the easiest sippy cup to use? ›

    Best Overall: Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup

    It comes with handles that are easy for your child to hold, and with no extra valves or added sippy cup parts, it's super easy to clean and is top-rack dishwasher safe. For this cup, be sure to inspect the silicone ring on the top of the cup.

    Is hard or soft spout sippy cup better? ›

    Dentists recommend sippy cups with a hard spout or a straw, rather than ones with soft spouts.

    What sippy cups are best for teeth? ›

    Sippy cups can help prevent damage to growing teeth and avoid spills.
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    At this age, sippy cups tend to have no handles and a curved shape.
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    What sippy cup is best for milk? ›

    Best Sippy Cup for Milk Comparison
    ProductWashabilityVersatility
    Munchkin Alphabet Sippy Cup4.5/54/5
    Munchkin Click Lock Weighted Flexi Straw Trainer Cup4/54/5
    NUK Jungle Designs Large Learner Cup in Patterns3.5/54/5
    Thinkbaby BPA Free No Spill Sippy Cup4/53.5/5

    Are straw cups better than sippy cups? ›

    The spout in a sippy cup ultimately prohibits the tongue's range of motion similar to a traditional feeding bottle. The muscles used for drinking from a straw develop better swallowing patterns. Because of the specific placement of the straw in the mouth, there is a stronger development of oral motor skills.

    When should you phase out a sippy cup? ›

    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends children be weaned from the sippy cup by age 2 (1).

    How long does it take to transition to sippy cup? ›

    If you introduced the sippy at around six months, your baby should be comfortable with it by the time you drop your first bottle, at about 12 months. “Nutritionally speaking, your baby likely doesn't need the midday bottle anymore, making it a good first bottle to eliminate,” says Dr. Fischman.

    What cup should 1 year old use? ›

    They recommend choosing an open cup, or a free-flow cup or beaker. You baby might spill drinks to begin with but health experts agree these designs are better for your baby's teeth. Open cups avoid the need for further transitions from bottle, to spout, to open cup.

    Why you should skip sippy cups? ›

    Around 12 months your child's swallow begins to mature and the continued used of a bottle or introduction of a hard-spouted sippy cup can interfere with progression from that infant suckle to a more mature swallow pattern. This is why we recommend ditching the bottle by 12 months of age and moving to a straw cup!

    Can sippy cups delay speech? ›

    Sippy cups are small, portable and help keep messes to a minimum – BUT, there's a catch. They can wreak havoc on your child's teeth and lead to oral motor delays that can snowball into speech and language impairments.

    Can baby use same sippy cup all day? ›

    Limit Time with the Sippy Cup

    Once your baby likes the cup, they may want it all the time—but don't let them carry it around during the day, use it as a pacifier, or sleep with it. Constantly bathing their teeth in sugar from drinks (even breast milk!) increases the risk of tooth decay.

    Why are 360 cups not recommended? ›

    This cup may cause your child's tongue to rest in the front of their mouth (anteriorly). With “normal” drinking patterns, the tongue is not meant to stick forward. Some children tip their head back when they drink from the 360 cup. When they tip their head back, it forces their tongue to work in an abnormal pattern.

    Do dentists recommend sippy cups? ›

    Many pediatric dentists believe that frequent, prolonged sippy cup use contributes to toddler tooth decay. Sippy cups are an excellent tool to help ease the transition between baby bottles and regular adult drinking glasses.

    What cups do toddlers dentists recommend? ›

    AAPD recommendations:

    The AAPD recommends a cup with a snap or screw-on lid with no valve to allow the child to sip and not suck on the liquid. They recommend a cup with handles so children can hold on to the cup easier. And lastly, it is recommended that the cup have a weighted bottom to prevent spills.

    What should 1 year olds drink milk out of? ›

    A cup or a beaker with a free-flow lid (without a non-spill valve) is better than a bottle or beaker with a teat as it will help your baby to learn how to sip rather than suck. As soon as your child is ready, encourage them to move from a lidded beaker to drinking from an open cup.

    Can you put milk in sippy cups? ›

    Professionals' choice: Dentists suggest switching to cups for best oral development. Dentists stress that the ONLY beverage you should offer your child from a sippy cup is water (or milk at a meal). Unless you're dealing with a specific health issue, such as constipation, even watered-down juice is not recommended.

    What age is a 360 cup for? ›

    Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup

    The unique spoutless construction allows babies 6 months old and over to simulate drinking from an open cup without the spills.

    What comes first sippy cup or straw cup? ›

    When to transition from a sippy cup to a straw cup? Using a straw cup is the first step towards introducing the baby to a normal cup as the sucking pattern of both a straw cup, and a normal cup is the same.

    What's next after sippy cup? ›

    With time, the sippy cup with water will naturally transition to a straw cup with water and, eventually, to a water bottle that she takes to school and drinks from all day.

    What cup should a 3 year old drink from? ›

    For on-the-go drinking, Wilson suggests using a portable straw cup. “Straw drinking allows the tip of a toddler's tongue to elevate during a swallow and the toddler to use their lips, tongue and jaw more independently.” Good old water bottles can work well too, although these are harder to master at a young age.

    How often should you introduce a sippy cup? ›

    Keep it slow and steady. If your baby is especially attached to their bottle and/or your breast, try replacing one feeding per day with feeding from their sippy cup. By gradually increasing the number of daily feedings by sippy cup, your little one has a chance to ease into the change. Make it fun!

    How many bottles should a 1 year old have? ›

    For some kids with smaller appetites, that amount of milk may lead to less hunger for solids, so you can drop the amount down to the lower end of the range at 16 ounces. Many little kids don't drink a full 8 ounces in once sitting, so 2-3 smaller 4 ounce servings is also very reasonable for a one year old.

    How many bottles should a 6 month old have with solids? ›

    Share on Pinterest When a baby reaches 6 months of age, purees and other solid foods can usually become part of their diet. Babies typically need to eat every 2–3 hours, five to six times during the day .

    How do I teach my 6 month old to drink from a cup? ›

    Helping babies learn to drink from a cup

    Let your baby play with the cup first so that they get used to the way it feels. The first few times your baby uses the cup, guide them by holding the cup too. Put only a small amount of liquid in the cup at first. This helps to reduce spills.

    Can I give my 6 month old water in a sippy cup? ›

    Once your baby is six months old, you can start introducing a small amount of water with their meals. Offer it in an open cup, straw cup, or sippy cup.

    Can a 12 month old have a sippy cup? ›

    A breastfed child should be using a sippy cup by 12 months but can choose to continue to breastfeed as well,” says Dr.

    How do I transition my 1 year old from bottle to cup? ›

    Weaning: The idea is to slowly swap out bottles in favor of cups. For example, you might fill in a cup for the bottle at just one feeding a day, then add a second cup the following week. No matter how slow (or fast) you want to go, Ayoob says you should take away the mid-day bottles first, then the morning one.

    Why are sippy cups bad for oral development? ›

    By emphasizing improper swallowing mechanics, a sippy cup can make it much harder for your child to swallow properly. This can result in issues like tongue thrusting, which can lead to crooked teeth, speech impediments, and other issues later in life.

    Are straw cups bad for toddlers? ›

    The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association recommends that parents introduce a pop-up straw cup as children transition to using normal adult cups. This way, kids don't spill, and it minimizes the risk of dental problems.

    What delays a child from speaking? ›

    A delay in speech development may be a symptom of many disorders, including mental retardation, hearing loss, an expressive language disorder, psychosocial deprivation, autism, elective mutism, receptive aphasia and cerebral palsy. Speech delay may be secondary to maturation delay or bilingualism.

    Do boys talk later than girls? ›

    Boys tend to develop language skills a little later than girls, but in general, kids may be labeled "late-talking children" if they speak less than 10 words by the age of 18 to 20 months, or fewer than 50 words by 21 to 30 months of age.

    When should I stop milk before bed? ›

    Say Goodbye to Milk before Bed

    After your little one's first birthday, milk shouldn't continue to be part of his bedtime routine. When you drop the bedtime bottle, there's no need to replace it with anything. Milk before bed contributes to middle of the night wake ups and this is less than ideal.

    How many hours should be in between bottles? ›

    Babies receiving only infant formula do not need vitamin D drops. Infant formula is fortified with vitamin D. Over the first few weeks and months, the time between feedings will get longer—about every 3 to 4 hours for most infant formula-fed babies.

    Which is better bottle or sippy cup? ›

    Bottles may increase instances of tooth decay. This is simply because of the mechanics of sucking from a bottle versus drinking from a sippy cup. Sugar stays longer on the teeth this way, which can lead to cavities. Kids who still use a bottle by age 2 have a higher risk of obesity later.

    Which brand is good for feeding bottle? ›

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    Which is better sippy cup or straw cup? ›

    A straw cup will help to build lip, cheek, and tongue strength and will promote an appropriate resting position of the tongue for future speech development and a proper swallow pattern. A sippy cup on the other hand will encourage a forward tongue resting position, which often results in a frontal lingual lisp.

    Why you should skip sippy cups? ›

    Around 12 months your child's swallow begins to mature and the continued used of a bottle or introduction of a hard-spouted sippy cup can interfere with progression from that infant suckle to a more mature swallow pattern. This is why we recommend ditching the bottle by 12 months of age and moving to a straw cup!

    Why are 360 cups not recommended? ›

    This cup may cause your child's tongue to rest in the front of their mouth (anteriorly). With “normal” drinking patterns, the tongue is not meant to stick forward. Some children tip their head back when they drink from the 360 cup. When they tip their head back, it forces their tongue to work in an abnormal pattern.

    What age is best to stop bottles? ›

    The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests saying bye-bye to the bottle before your baby is 18 months old. "I'd say definitely before age 2, but the sooner the better," says Keith T. Ayoob, EdD.

    What cups do toddlers dentists recommend? ›

    AAPD recommendations:

    The AAPD recommends a cup with a snap or screw-on lid with no valve to allow the child to sip and not suck on the liquid. They recommend a cup with handles so children can hold on to the cup easier. And lastly, it is recommended that the cup have a weighted bottom to prevent spills.

    Should a 2 year old use a sippy cup? ›

    When should my child stop using a sippy cup? There's no absolute “best time” for a child to give up the sippy cup, but most tots are usually able to sip from an open cup by the age of 2. Plus, the older your child gets, the more defiant he might be about giving up his sippy.

    What bottles do pediatricians recommend? ›

    Dr. Brown's bottles are a longtime favorite among moms (and touted as the #1 pediatrician-recommended bottle) due to the brand's tried-and-true vent system. It eliminates negative pressure and air bubbles to help reduce colic, spit up, burping and gas.

    How many baby bottles should you have? ›

    The general rule for the number of baby bottles you will need ranges from 4 to 12, depending on whether you will use formula, or you will breast feed. It will be best to have at least 8-10 bottles on hand before your baby is born.

    What should toddlers drink milk out of? ›

    A cup or a beaker with a free-flow lid (without a non-spill valve) is better than a bottle or beaker with a teat as it will help your baby to learn how to sip rather than suck. As soon as your child is ready, encourage them to move from a lidded beaker to drinking from an open cup.

    At what age should you switch from bottle to sippy cup? ›

    When to Transition from Bottle to Cup. Weaning baby from the bottle is a big step, and most pediatricians advise starting between 12 and 18 months.

    How often should you replace sippy cups? ›

    Time for Change

    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends transitioning from a bottle to a sippy or straw-top cup by 18 months.

    Can you put milk in sippy cups? ›

    Professionals' choice: Dentists suggest switching to cups for best oral development. Dentists stress that the ONLY beverage you should offer your child from a sippy cup is water (or milk at a meal). Unless you're dealing with a specific health issue, such as constipation, even watered-down juice is not recommended.

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