- Supplies Needed: Timer, Multiple Solo Cups Or Plastic Cups
While Cup Stacking often uses solo cups for at-home use, you’ll also see people play with other plastic cup types. Thus, we do not think it matters which you use, just as long as they can stack on top of each other. The idea behind this game is mostly to teach a form of physics.
When you’re thinking about science games for kids, the important thing they need to do is obviously help them learn something new. Cup Stacking helps to teach them things in the field of Motion Physics. There are actually four versions of this too. This includes the Rotary, Oscillating, Linear, and Reciprocating motions. Each has its purpose!