When you finally decide that it is time to get your toddler off the breast or bottle and onto a sippy cup you’ll want to make sure it is safe for them to use. There are still sippy cups that are made of polycarbonate plastic, which leaks BPA, a substance which may be harmful to humans.
Of course,, when it comes to your toddler’s health you only want the best, which is why we have chosen the ten best BPA-free sippy cups:
The First Years Take and Toss Sippy Cups – $2 for four
Perfect for busy moms on the go who just have to get on with doing everything. Just chuck one of these into your bag and for $2 for four it won’t matter if it gets left behind.
Nuk Learner Cup – $4
The Nuk Learner Cup is an ideal way to ease your toddler onto the next stage of getting them off the bottle and onto a sippy cup. This is because the spout of this cup is shaped more like the nipple of a bottle and will feel familiar to your baby. We also love the larger-style handles, making it easier for young hands to grip.
Tommee Tippee Trainer Sippee Cups – $5
Another trainer sippy cup here that gently persuades your toddler to master the art of drinking with little sucking. Once they can do this you can then remove the handles and they can drink like big boys and girls.
Munchkin Click Lock Bite Proof Sippy Cups – $5 for two
If you worry about spillage once you’ve filled your sippy cups then the loud click that this cup produces should relax you, knowing that the lid if firmly in place. It also has a lovely soft spout for young mouths.
Playtex PlayTime Spout Cups – $7 for two
This is a good choice if you are off somewhere for a few hours and you need your drink to be nice and cool. The insulation in this BPA-free sippy cup cools drinks for twice as long as others making sure it is lovely and fresh for your toddler.
Philips Avent My Easy Sippy Cups – $7 for two
This BPA-free sippy cup has ripples on the outside to help young mitts hold onto it and a super-soft silicone spout which is especially useful for when they are teething.
OXO Tot Transitions Sippy Cup – $8
Children mimic what we do as adults so your toddler will get a kick out of drinking like mom and pop with this transitions sippy cup. The soft-grip bottle makes it easy for them to hold, just like you.
Born Free Breeze Transition Trainer Cup – $9
Another training sippy cup here with side handles to make it easier to grip and the whole shape is designed to look like a baby’s bottle, so if your toddler doesn’t want to give up their bottle just yet, try them on this.
Sassy Grow Up Cups – $18 for two
This BPA-free sippy cup has a spill-proof lid and no spout which makes it ideal for toddlers who have mastered the sippy cup and want to go onto the next stage before drinking from a proper cup.
Tervis Sippy Cup – $18
Made in the US, this BPA-free sippy cup keeps drinks hot or cold for hours so is ideal for long trips.